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You Can’t Live on Social Security Alone

The bible tells us that “man shall not live on bread alone,” which could be a metaphor for trying to live on only your Social Security benefits. A Social Security reality is that it was never intended to be your sole source of income during your retirement years, so planning ahead for additional resources to maintain a comfortable lifestyle in your golden years is important. While there are things you can do to make your Social Security payment a bit bigger, most Americans will need supplemental resources to make ends meet when they hang up their work clothes for good. So what should you focus on to build another source of income in retirement? Why, savings, of course – as explained in this Nasdaq article by Christy Bieber. Click here to read more.

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