Surprised With Your Low Social Security? You’re Not Alone - Yahoo Finance

Social Security benefits only replace 33 to 55 percent of the average earnings for American workers. Social Security is the largest source of income for most beneficiaries and some, their sole source of income. With the current economic conditions, you may find that your Social Security check is not going as far, leaving you without enough money to cover your expenses. Or maybe you are finding your Social Security benefit is not the amount you thought it was? So, what can you do? Jacob Wade interviewed financial advisors and compiled a list of seven things you can do to improve your retirement finances. Read Mr. Wade’s article here…

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