August 5, 2021

Webcast: The Future of Social Security

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There is mounting concern that Social Security will not be able to provide scheduled benefits past 2035.

Social Security expert, Dennis McRoberts, gives his two cents on the future of the program during a live Q&A. McRoberts will share what changes are needed to keep Social Security alive, along with important claiming strategies he’s learned over his thirty-two years working at the Social Security Administration (SSA).

This recording is now available on-demand.

“The average household leaves $110,000 on the table by choosing the wrong time to start collecting Social Security income.”


Learn the facts to help maximize your benefit.

Webcast Topics

  • Why some retirees could face reduced benefits as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Four claiming strategies to help maximize Social Security payments
  • The ins and outs of spousal, survivor & disability benefits
  • What changes are needed to keep Social Security program alive

“Social Security now accounts for about one-third of all income annually received by U.S. retirees, amounting to $1 trillion in annual benefits.”



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