Social Security’s doomsday is now a year earlier — should you be worried?: The trustees’ report shows the program’s trust funds are expected to run out of money sooner than previously expected, at which point benefits would see a cut to their benefits.
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More in retirement news:
When to collect Social Security: Why you should wait (The New York Times)
Warren Buffett’s deputy discussed $264 million IRA, coping with losses (Markets Insider)
Retirement sweeteners eyes for teachers (WWLP)
Eli Manning, ex-Giants surprise Michael Strahan on ‘GMA’ to announce jersey retirement (New York Post)
8 Things to consider before buying that second home for your retirement (Forbes)
Research and Insight:
Postponing retirement slows cognitive decline: Study (401(k) Specialist)
Retirement savings for older workers falling short (Fox 5)
Workers are saving, but few feel very confident about retirement: Study (ThinkAdvisor)
Michiganders support new state retirement savings option (AARP)
Fresh-start framing boosts retirement plan participation (UCLA Anderson Review)
Federal aid may hep kids later in life (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
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