Planning for retirement can be a stressful time for employees. As employers find new ways to demonstrate their value proposition and employer brand, it’s more important than ever to be a source of trusted information.
Because Social Security is only about 40% of an average retiree’s income, it needs to be supplemented with employer-sponsored retirement programs, personal investments, and savings. What better way to start the conversation around how all of these things can work together? They may be retiring soon, but they’re still a great source for referrals. Take care of them.
Now in its 50th edition, this easy-to-understand [[SurveyName]] provides clear and accurate information on Social Security guidelines, covering retirement, disability, and survivor benefits. Some of the most common questions answered in the booklet, include:
- What are the Social Security changes for 2022?
- What is the full retirement age?
- How do I apply for benefits?
- How does the earnings limit reduce my benefit if I retire early?
- How much more will I get if I delay retirement?
Your employees and clients are paying into Social Security today, and it will be a significant source of income for tomorrow. This guide will help them understand what to do and when to do it as they plan for their retirement.
Are you ready to help deliver all the Social Security benefits information people need for their retirement?