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Social Security’s Math Problem

One would think that the annual cost-of-living adjustments built into the Social Security System would help ensure that the benefits would remain as dreamed about by so many future retirees. In other words, the amount of benefit available, say, two decades into retirement would remain commensurate with support requirements faced by seniors. Gary Silverman, CFP® and the founder of Personal Money Planning, LLC takes excpetion to this line of thinking, as explained in a post on Read it here…


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