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from Tony Isola CFP® and Financial Advisor
“Elder Index” which measures the cost of living for adults age 65 and older in every county in the U.S. Massachusetts, New York and Vermont were among the states with the highest ratios of people falling below their respective states' index levels. Nationwide, the index calculated a realistic cost of living of $25,416 for older singles who are renting their homes and $36,204 for couples. —Yuka Hayashi
Do not invest social security benefits--expert-says
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