Your old friend, Social Security

You’ve been paying into the Social Security system since your first job but do you know all the benefits you’re entitled to? A free, no-obligation review with one of our financial consultants can help.

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Variety of benefits

  • Retirement benefits
  • Disability benefits
  • Survivor benefits
  • Spouse/Partner benefits
  • Income taxes and benefits

Social Security’s role in retirement

Most financial consultants say your social security benefits will cover about 40% of your income in retirement1. That percentage can be slightly higher or lower depending on your income bracket, but overall, 40% is a good number to use when building your retirement strategy.

Your financial roadmap

With each success you achieve, life can get more complicated. The choices you make can have a wider reaching affect. Navigating through those changes and choices can be easier when you have a financial expert as your co-pilot. 


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¹Social Security Administration. Accessed 2/2020.