Social Security alone won’t cut it

According to a 2018 Northwestern Mutual study, 21 percent of Americans have no retirement savings and according to GOBankingRates, 42 percent have less than $10,000 socked away for the future. Everyone is certainly aware that if you don’t build any sort of nest egg of your own, you’ll be forced to rely on Social Security to pay your bills in retirement. But do you realize just how little money that will leave you with on an annual basis? In Maurie Backman’s article, she sounds the wake-up call to do better in terms of savings. Read her article here…


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