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With so much uncertainty, should you plan for a worst-case scenario or a best-guess one and run the risk of falling short?
The two obvious choices are to trim benefits and/or increase taxes, but there are still tough decisions to make.
The higher contribution limits make this plan an excellent retirement savings option, and it's easy to set up.
Nearly all their anticipated safety nets have developed gaping holes, and few have saved enough.
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