Saving, investing, and Social Security
You’ve probably read the news that Americans simply aren’t saving their money as they should to enjoy a comfortable future retirement. In fact, one pundit recently said that 7 in 10 Americans have less than $1,000 in savings – hardly enough to even think about hanging up your work boots and slipping into beach sandals. And Social Security, which was never meant to be more than supplemental income in your golden years, is still awaiting Congress to make some changes to solve its financial issues. Nevertheless, there may still be time for you take action by following this 3-step Social Security Emergency Plan, as described in this NASDAQ article by Nathan Slaughter. Click here to read more.