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Social Security Calculator

Estimate Your Social Security Benefit

Social Security is just one portion of retirement income, but it can be an important one. If you’re nearing retirement, use the Social Security calculator to estimate your benefit projection from the Social Security Administration. Will you still be working for several years? This tool can also be used to generate an estimate based upon your existing salary and the assumption that you will continue working to your retirement age.

At Trust Point, our retirement planning services are tailored for your specific needs, finances and goals. Our experienced professionals work with you to develop a plan that ensures the worry-free retirement you’ve worked so hard to achieve.

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Wondering When to Take Social Security?

If you’re nearing retirement, you’re probably starting to think about when you should claim Social Security benefits. What’s right for your friend or your neighbor may not be right for you. Read our blog “When to Take Social Security” to learn about four key factors to consider when determining when it makes the most sense for you to start claiming Social Security benefits.

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