What will my Social Security be if I earn $100,000 now?
Even if you’re earning a six figure salary now, you may be surprised to see how Social Security will fit into your future retirement plans. That’s because your Social Security benefit isn’t based only on what you make in the latter years of your career, but on your earnings over 35 years of working, usually including those early years when you were making less while climbing the corporate ladder. While it may be somewhat less than you expect, it will still be only one albeit a very important piece of your retirement income. In this article appearing at Nasdaq.com, Dan Caplinger explains what you might expect your Social Security benefit to be, and how that would fit into your overall retirement income. Click here to read more.