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3 Ways to Supplement Social Security in Retirement

Diane Mtetwa reminds folks that Social Security replaces barley 40% of pre-retirement income.  To avoid living on such a strict fixed income, she notes three ways people can supplement their Social Security payment in retirement.  They are: 1. Work part-time or contractually; 2. Save more while you’re working; 3. Create other income streams with investments, such as from interest or dividend income.  Full article here.



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