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As the average age of Americans has risen, so has the number of people on Social Security. Yet the Social Security Administration has shut down 5 percent of its offices in the past five years, and reduced hours of operation at the ones still open. That sounds like a flawed formula. As of April, more than 47 million retirees and roughly 11 million disabled workers, spouses and surviving children of deceased workers received Social Security benefits. As of each coming year, those numbers are projected to grow. The Senate Special Committee on Aging focused on that apparent contradiction of logic during a recent hearing…Read More


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