Social Security is a crucial piece of your retirement plan

Social Security is probably one of the most important and financially stable pieces of any retirement plan, but far too many people don’t take the time or make the effort to explore all of their options before deciding to apply for benefits. The Social Security program is very complex and ever changing, so the rules that applied to your parents or even your friends may not apply to you.  And whether you are married or single weighs heavily on how you should approach your planning for the day when your benefits will start.  This Kiplinger article by investment advisor Chad Ensign offers five decisions you can make right now which will help you arrive at the best Social Security option for you personally.  Click here to read more.

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