Debunking persistent Social Security myths

In this MarketWatch article, highly respected Social Security expert Devin Carroll takes on seven of the most persistent myths about America’s most important senior benefit program. These myths are frequently seen on social media or in chain emails decrying how the government has stolen Social Security’s money, or that illegal immigrants are collecting Social Security, or that the program is going “bankrupt,” or even that you’ll never get back as much as you have paid into Social Security.  As Mr. Carroll explains, no matter how many times you hear about these myths, they simply aren’t true. And here at The AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory Service we can attest to the truth as explained in Mr. Carroll’s excellent piece debunking Social Security’s most persistent myths.  Click here to read the truth about these 7 Social Security myths. 

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