According to the Social Security Administration, 9 out of 10 people over age 65 receive Social Security. On average, Social Security counts for about 39% of total income during retirement. Social Security can’t cover all your financial needs during your retirement years. Having a solid retirement plan that will give you a financially secure retirement is based on having a bundle of various income sources best suited to meet your goals. With so many options, how do you select the right types of retirement plans?
The National Restaurant Association is asking Congress to mandate decreased deposit card interchange fees, increasing upon the Durbin Amendment below the Dodd-Frank legislation. The request is being made as eating places are looking for help from Washington as the coronavirus shuts down companies throughout the nation, with eating places especially challenging hit.”