DERAILED RETIREMENT STORIES – BAD PLANNING, BAD LUCK OR BOTH?

Publisher: Madison Pension Services, Inc.

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DERAILED RETIREMENT STORIES – BAD PLANNING, BAD LUCK OR BOTH?

Every day, 10,000 Americans turn 65. Life spans are lengthening and the contingent medical bills that inevitably accompany old age rise as well. Half of American families in the 56 – 61 age bracket had less than $21,000 in retirement savings (based on a study by the Economic Policy Institute). Will our safety nets (Medicare, Social Security) be strong enough to support what is coming?