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When playing poker, one can have a great hand the whole game, and assume they are in great shape. Suddenly, with one wild card, the player finds him or herself on the short end of the money. Sound familiar? It should because it’s similar to the recent changes to Social Security legislation.

With changes in benefit options, new limitations and the narrowing of time to adjust, the federal government has set changes to Social Security in motion that “changed the wild card” for many, and requires retirees’ immediate attention.

If you are age 62 through 66 (or older than 66 and haven’t claimed Social Security benefits) it’s important to take a fresh look at current and future retirement strategies.

The good news is the changes made to Social Security telegraphed with six months to react. Now is the time to be informed about and consider new strategies. Learn more. Listen to our Podcast by clicking here.

Informed decisions on income, tax planning, and Social Security benefits are your best defense against the changes to Social Security. Don’t let the wild card fool you. For a complimentary 3 Step Review call Secured Retirement Advisors at 952-460-3260.

Stay tuned to Secured Retirement Radio for breaking news and analysis. Secured Retirement Radio, he can be heard on Twin Cities News Talk AM1130 at seven a.m. every Saturday. Thanks for listening.

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Ryan Keapproth

Ryan Keapproth

Retirement Planner

Ryan is dedicated to serving clients to achieve their retirement goals. Ryan’s holistic approach centers on wealth management strategies with a focus on income planning throughout retirement. As a Financial Advisor, Ryan is an Investment Adviser Representative (IAR), life and health insurance licensed and a Certified Tax Preparer. Ryan is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, with an Accounting and Finance major.

Ryan is a lifelong Minnesotan originally from Woodbury and currently residing in Bloomington with his wife, Riamae, and their rescue Terrier Beagle mix, Douglas. He and his family are avid travelers in their free time. Ryan enjoys playing golf and poker, and describes himself as a major foodie enjoying new restaurants around the cities whenever possible. He is a sports fan especially when the Vikings and Timberwolves are playing.