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Overview of Social Security Retirement Benefits and Medicare, Sept '10

Social Security is part of the retirement plan of almost every American worker. If you are among the 96 percent of workers who are covered under Social Security, you should know how the system works and what you should receive from Social Security when you retire. This discussion will review the retirement benefits available through social security including a take-home booklet that explains how you qualify for Social Security benefits, how your earnings and age can affect your benefits, what you should think about in deciding when to retire and why you should not count only on Social Security for your retirement income.

Medicare, our country's health insurance program for people age 65 or older, helps with the cost of health care, but it does not cover all medical expenses or the cost of most long-term care. Medicare is financed by a portion of the payroll taxes paid by workers and their employers; yet it is also financed in part by monthly premiums deducted from your Social Security checks. Learn basic information about what Medicare is, who is covered and some of the options you have for choosing Medicare coverage.

Shepherd & Goldstein is proud to sponsor An Overview of Social Security Retirement Benefits and Medicare with Retirement Income Planning co-presented with Curtis A. Feldman, CPA, Partner of our Framingham office, Mark Leone, EA and Partner of our affiliated company SG Wealth Management Group and Mary Robinson the District Manager of the U.S. Social Security Administration Framingham office on Wednesday September 29th from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Ken's Steakhouse on Route 9 in Framingham.

For more information or to register, please contact Amanda Frias at or call her at (508) 875-2552.


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