March 17, 2011
The Chicago Tribune reports that the projected Social Security benefits at retirement number could change by the time you retire.
Each year before your birthday, many working Americans receive an annual statement that shows the projected retirement benefits from the Social Security Administration. These Social Security benefits could change by the time your retire.
A Chicago Tribune reader’s Social Security benefits keep shrinking each year, and she was confused why these numbers kept changing.
You should not plan your retirement based on those exact numbers because they may change. You can estimate your proposed benefits at socialsecurity.gov/estimator which is maintained by the Social Security Administration.
Do you think the Social Security Administration should stick with the number given in your annual report?
If you think you may qualify for Social Security Disability, the Social Security Disability lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin can help you.
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