How to Avoid Social (In)security at Retirement

by The Wall Street Geek on March 8, 2013

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Baby Boomers started retiring in 2010, putting a squeeze on Social Security availability for future generations. In particular, after 2033 when the Congressional Budget Office projects that Social Security payments may be delayed (or nonexistent).

How can you protect yourself? Whether you’re a retiree today or facing it in the future, there are steps you can take to prevent income insecurity at retirement.

I talk about this, and explain the booming stock market (and when this March rally may end) in this week’s show.

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