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For some, retirement finances are not as glum as feared

New studies by economists at the Investment Company Institute and the Internal Revenue Service suggest that there is a segment of the retired population “able to maintain or increase (its) spending slightly once they start receiving retirement benefits,” The combination of Social Security benefits with other income sources appears to give folks i this segment a level of spending power exceeding what they had during their working years. Still, the importance of paying attention to opportunities to maximize income–specifically Social Security benefits–remains critically important for these (and all other) folks. Russ Wiles, in a post today on, explains this situation in greater detail. Read his article here…


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