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Don’t take “no” for an answer!

This post by former Social Security professional Tom Margenau explains why it’s critical to challenge the answers you receive when posing a question to your local Social Security folks. Using his standard refrain “When in doubt, insist on filing a claim!,” he advises folks to exercise their right to move their question up the command chain. Read his post here…

And another avenue open to anyone with a Social Security question is to contact the AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory Service for a second (or first) opinion. The AMAC Foundation offers a free-to-the-public service to provide guidance and clarification on this very, very complex area. Learn more about this service on the Foundation’s website.


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