Does working outside the country affect my Social Security?
In our increasing global economy, many people are spending some of their career working in countries other than the United States. But often overlooked is how this might affect a person’s eventual Social Security benefits, and even whether they are eligible to collect their benefits at all. As this USA Today article by Retirement Weekly’s editor Robert Powell explains, the U.S. does have bilateral social insurance agreements with many other countries, including Greece which is the example discussed. Click here to read more
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