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Retirement income strategies are not just for the wealthy. As retirement nears, the traditional strategy has been to move growth-seeking products to more conservative, fixed-income products. According to a recent study, for a married couple age 65 there is now a 50 percent chance that at least one spouse will live to age 94.1 This means that you may need to plan for your retirement savings to potentially last 25 to 30 years.

One drawback to a longer life is the greater possibility of outliving your savings — creating all the more reason to develop a retirement income strategy designed to last a longer lifetime. Sixty-one percent of Americans surveyed said they were more afraid of outliving their assets than they were of dying.


Below is an Article List of our most important topics concerning Social Security:

Will Social Security Be There in the Future?

How Are Social Security Benefits Calculated?

Should I Take Social Security Early?

Should I Delay Taking Social Security Past My Full Retirement Age?

What About Spousal Benefits for Social Security?

Can You Still File A Restricted Application?

How Are Social Security Benefits Taxed?

 

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