Dispelling Social Security myths

Sometimes, myths about Social Security take on a life of their own. Proving that if you say something enough times people will believe it, so many misconceptions about Social Security exist that it seems hard to count them. But in this article by MoneyWise’s Neve Gotshalk appearing in The San Diego Union-Tribune, the author goes on the attack to  dispel a dozen of the most frequently cited Social Security myths, including those about when it’s best to claim, taxing of benefits, and even that the program is going broke. Click here to read more.

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