Mercer Stanford Series Article 5

Mercer Stanford Series Article 5

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HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SECURITY
AT MINIMAL COST


The majority of retired Americans depend heavily on Social Security benefits. Today,
half of all Americans start drawing social security benefits at age 62, resulting in
suboptimal retirement income. For many, retirement security can be enhanced
substantially by delaying the start of Social Security income.

This article investigates the optimization of social security by delaying benefit drawdown,
providing examples of the increase in retirement income. Complete the form below to
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