It's not unrealistic to think you could end up with $400,000 or more in lifetime Social Security benefits, but most people probably can't survive 20 or more years of retirement on that alone. Investing can help you cover the rest, but you have to choose the right investments if you want your nest egg to grow quickly. In this article, we'll look at one affordable option that could easily provide you with more money than Social Security in retirement.
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