Social Security Analysis in Denver, CO
Dechtman Wealth Management offers customized Social Security analyses with knowledge, trust, and integrity. When you request a complimentary consultation, you will meet one-on-one with our advisors to discuss your specific needs, strategies, and goals for Social Security and long-term financial planning.
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Social Security Analysis
For many decades, workers in the United States could rely on Social Security as a safety net during retirement. The concept was that you’d pay into the Social Security system now to use it when you retired at age 65. Since people didn’t live much longer than that, this system seemed to work.
Today, Social Security should not be used as your only source retirement income. First, you never know how long you’ll live, so it can be difficult to know how much you’ll actually need. Second, the long-term viability of Social Security is uncertain. As a result, it’s important to know what you can expect, how much to save, and what to invest.
To prepare yourself for retirement, consider hiring Dechtman Wealth Management for a Social Security Analysis to protect your future. Call (303) 741-9772 to schedule an appointment with a professional wealth management advisor who understands retirement and can help you plan.
Will You Have Enough Money in Retirement?
A Social Security Analysis looks to see if you’ll have enough money during retirement. If you don’t have enough money, you may not be able to live on your own, travel, or live comfortably. Without an expert financial advisor’s advice, you may not save enough money or retire too early to realize the full benefits of your Social Security.
This analysis can give you the confidence to retire happily, without the fear that you’ll run out of money. Your financial advisor will be able to let you know which strategies to use to best plan for your future, based on your individual needs. Maybe you plan to downsize and may be able to live on less. Maybe you aren’t investing your own assets into retirement accounts. During the Social Security Analysis, you’ll learn just how far your current retirement plans, including Social Security, will take you.
Know When to Retire
There are advantages of waiting to retire, as the longer you wait to claim Social Security, the more money you’ll have each month when you take it. However, you also want to be healthy enough to be able to enjoy your retirement. A Social Security Analysis can let you know just when to retire to balance out health and wealth.
Personalized Social Security Analysis
At Dechtman Wealth Management, our Social Security Analysis is personalized, based on your unique situation. Your financial advisor will consider how much money you’ve put into Social Security, as well your financial habits, retirement plans, and goals, to create an individualized plan that you can rely on. You’ll find out:
- How much money to save for retirement
- How many years you’ll be able to live, based on your current retirement strategies
- When the best time to retire is
Don’t leave your retirement plans to chance. Make sure you have enough money to retire on with your own retirement strategies plus Social Security. Call Dechtman Wealth Management at (303) 741-9772 today to schedule a Social Security Analysis with a financial management professional who understands Social Security and retirement strategies.