Help Clients Make the Most of Their Social Security Benefits
Social Security was originally designed to supplement employer-sponsored plans and other savings, not to be retirees’ sole source of income. Yet 44% percent of older Americans who are retired, or plan to retire within 10 years, see Social Security as their main source of retirement income.1 But benefits are more modest than people realize: Social Security benefits only replace about 38% of past earnings, and that figure will continue to decline.2 Knowing the factors that can negatively impact Social Security benefits can help clients avoid being caught by surprise, when it’s too late to make changes.
|1||Download or order the worksheet|
|2||Identify clients in your book of business who are age 50-60|
|3||Contact your Hartford Funds Advisor Consultant about hosting a client education event|
1 Older Americans are relying too much on Social Security as a main source of income, usatoday.com, 5/8/19
2 Policy Basics: Top Ten Facts about Social Security, cbpp.org, 8/14/19
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