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The moves you make throughout your career could impact your benefits

Social Security benefits represent an important source of retirement income, with 21 percent of married couples and 45 percent of single persons rely on Social Security for 90 percent or more of their income. So, even if you start your retirement years with a large nest egg, chances are you will rely on your Social Security benefits to cover your living expenses down the road.  That’s why it is essential not to make mistakes during your career that could leave you with a lower benefit for the rest of your life. Maurie Backman warns her readers of three Social Security mistakes you may make during your working years that could impact your benefits in the future. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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