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Living on Social Security alone won’t mean a comfortable retirement

Financial Advisors have been preaching for years that, even if you maximize your benefit amount, your Social Security income won’t be enough to provide you with a comfortable retirement in your so-called “golden years” – you’ll need some kind of supplemental income. So what form might that supplemental income take? Well, clearly your savings would be a key component, but since about 42% of Americans aren’t saving anything for retirement, you should consider other sources as well. In this Motley Fool article by Maurie Backman, the author describes several ways you might consider to make your golden years more comfortable. Click here to read more.

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