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ETFs can complement Social Security. Buy these 9 now and hold.

As Selena Maranjian notes, the answer to how much money you’ll need to retire with is a dicey one, as factors such as expected longevity, household expenses and general cost of living, and whether we have income sources lined up besides Social Security benefits all come into play. But since most will need income besides Social Security, exchange traded funds (ETFs) should be considered. Maranjian lists 9 in her full piece here, including some aggressive options for growth.

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