Should you rely on Social Security for all of your retirement income?

Social Security was designed as a program to provide benefits for older Americans who no longer could provide on their own. Today, it is responsible for keeping more than 15 million aged beneficiaries above the federal poverty line. However, counting on Social Security to be your primary income source is a very bad idea. In Sean Williams’ article he gives five reasons why you should not rely on Social Security for all of your income during your golden years. Read his article here…

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