Economists and politicians have offered dire predictions about Social Security for decades, and the results of this year’s presidential election have generated more anxiety and confusion about the program’s future.

“Almost every client we have who is nearing retirement asks us for reassurance about the stability of Social Security,” says Lauren Locker, a CFP and principal of Locker Financial Services in Little Falls, New Jersey.

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