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Don’t Count on Your Projected Benefit Equaling What’s Shown on Your Statement

In many cases, the actual benefit that shows up in one’s monthly Social Security benefit payment can differ from what was expected or as shown on your statement from SSA. How can that be? An article posted by Certified Financial Planner John Csiszar on takes a look at six specific situations that could cause this to happen. The early and late filing situations are obvious causes, but the remaining factors cited in Csiszar’s post are often overlooked. Read his post here…

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