Will social security run out? The headlines say it will, but what do financial advisors think? In this episode, Rob walks you through the history of Social Security, what the trustees report says, and how this influences retirement planning process.
Behind the Designs Ep. 23 : Will Social Security Run Out?
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1:33 What is the history of social security?
8:17 Why are the headlines so negative?
11:51 What happens if the social security fund runs out?
17:02 How do we fix the social security system?
21:03 How does this influence how we plan client retirement income?
Links for Will Social Security Run Out?
Read Rob’s article, “Should I count on social security in retirement?“
Learn more about the “Social security cost of living increase in 2022“
See how social security is just a piece of your income in “Planning retirement cash flow“
If you want to check the status of your social security benefits, go to www.ssa.gov/myaccount
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Credits for Episode 22
Executive Producer : Anna Lewis
Host : Michelle Smalenberger, CFP®
Guests : Rob Stoll, CFA, CFP®
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