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3 Social Security Myths That Could Cost You Big Time

Katie Brockman reports on a survey from Nationwide that found 91% of Americans age 50+ don’t know what factors influence the maximum benefit amount they can receive.  She reports in this article on three myths that could further confuse folks and costs them dearly if they believe them.  The myths are: 1. Social Security is going bankrupt (it is not, but it is going insolvent); 2. It’s always better to delay claiming benefits; 3. You can claim early and still receive your full benefit amount.  Full piece here.

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