Study: Pre-retirees are conducting own Social Security research

03/20/2013 | InvestmentNews (free registration)

Individuals ages 50 to 65 are taking more interest in planning how they use Social Security benefits but are doing their own research, rather than turning to a financial adviser, according to a study by Securian Financial Group. As a source of Social Security information, financial advisers rank below the Social Security Administration's website, Social Security offices, retired family members and friends, and online tools such as benefit calculators, according to the study.

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