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Shoring Up Your Finances in Retirement: Dealing with Social Security’s Shortfall

By design, Social Security is intended to supplement your retirement–not totally fund it. In fact, on average the program replaces only about 40% of one’s pre-retirement earnings level. So, what do you do? Yahoo Finance’s Casey Bond has some thoughts on steps future retirees need to consider before arriving at their retirement, and outlines them in a post on their website. Access it here…

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