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What Social Security’s shortfall means for you

The Social Security Trust Fund, which pays retirement and survivors benefits, will be able to pay scheduled benefits on a timely basis until 2033. At that time, the trust fund’s reserves will become depleted, and continuing tax income will be enough to pay 76 percent of scheduled benefits. If your retirement is a decade or more away, what can you expect when you retire. Robin Hartill explains what the Social Security shortfall means to you. Read Ms. Hartill’s article here…

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