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How to Supplement your Social Security Income

Social Security was never intended to provide all of the money you will need in retirement. As a matter of fact, the program was intentionally modeled to provide about 40% of retirement income, leaving you to figure out how to get the remainder. Financial “experts” will tell you to start saving as much as possible early on and build a retirement nest egg from which you can draw the remaining money you’ll need to live comfortably in your golden years. But, of course, that is much easier said than done, so many seniors find themselves looking for ways to supplement their Social Security income. Catherine Brock of The Motley Fool offers some tips in this article to do just that – find out how to supplement you Social Security income. Click here to read more.

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  1. Why does the Alliance for Retired Americans publish articles very controversial about President Trumps lack of caring about senior citizens, raiding retirees benefits and even his values?

    • Nancy:

      Thanks for the comment. We have no affiliation with the Alliance for Retired Americans, so we are unable to comment on the editorial opinions they post. If you are concerned about something we’ve posted here on the Social Security Report site, please identify the post and we’ll examine the content.

      Gerry Hafer
      AMAC Foundation, Inc.

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