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“28 percent is the share of pre-retirement income that Social Security benefits will replace in 2030.” This opening line of an article caught my eye and I thought to share the article with you. It indicates that “An average earner who retired at 65 in 2002 received net benefits equal to 39 percent of pre-retirement income.” Yet, “By 2030, the replacement rate will have declined to 28 percent due to a scheduled increase in the Social Security Normal Retirement Age (NRA), higher Medicare deductions, and income taxes levied on Social Security benefits.” If you are looking for additional sources of income in planning your retirement, call us. We may be able to provide you with options you haven’t yet considered.

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