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Where does Social Security’s solvency rank on your list of retirement fears?

The Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies (TCRS) recently surveyed attitudes about retirement confidence, conducting polls of more than 5000 workers to assess retirement readiness and retirement attitudes. In addition to serving as the base for an analytical look at today’s American worker, the survey results highlight what future retirees’ greatest fears are, finding that Social Security’s long-range solvency dilemma ranks second (and up substantially from the same survey conducted a year ago). Number one on the list is the fear of outliving savings, something else that ranked substantially higher than a year ago. The full results of the TCRS study can be read here…

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