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Social Security’s Place in Your Five-Year Plan

If you’re in your late-50s or early 60s, you’ve probably begun to sense the pages on the calendar turning faster each day. And as a result, you may be starting to focus attention some basic financial planning steps. Many folks at this life point have either considered, or have implemented, a “five-year plan” for the years preceding their Social Security benefit filing date. If that’s you, have you given adequate thought to how Social Security fits in to this plan? The New York Times’ Peter Finch takes a look at this issue in a post on titled “Countdown to Retirement: A Five-Year Plan.” Check it out here…


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