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How Long Will Social Security Last When I Retire?



How Long Will Social Security Last When I Retire?

How Long Will Social Security Last When I Retire? In the latest installment of our informative audio series, SSA Talks, we delve into a crucial question on the minds of many: “Will Social Security be there when I retire?” In this engaging 12-minute episode, our Chief Actuary, Steve Goss, sheds light on the intricacies of our trust funds and their direct impact on your future benefits.

Trust Funds and Your Future Benefits

Steve Goss provides valuable insights into the workings of our trust funds, offering clarity on how they are intricately connected to the protection of your future benefits. A comprehensive fact sheet and a transcript accompany the episode, providing additional in-depth information for those seeking a deeper understanding.

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For a comprehensive overview of Social Security news and updates, make sure to explore our Communications Corner at Share this valuable resource with your friends, family, and colleagues to help them stay informed about the latest developments in Social Security.


In navigating the complex landscape of Social Security and retirement benefits, our aim is to empower you with knowledge. Through SSA Talks and our Communications Corner, we strive to keep you informed about the factors influencing the future of Social Security, ensuring you make informed decisions for a secure retirement.

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