Biggest mistakes Americans make when it comes to Social Security - Forbes

Almost all workers participate in Social Security by making payroll tax contributions. According to the Social Security Administration, 97 percent of the seniors aged 60 to 89 either receive Social Security or will receive it. Social Security, for many Americans, is an essential part of their retirement plans so, it behooves you to take the time to optimize your benefits. David Rae writing for warns of the five biggest mistakes you can make when it comes to getting the maximum Social Security benefits. Read Mr. Rae’s article here…

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