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Five Things Gen Z Should Know About Social Security

Generation Z is the demographic cohort succeeding Millennials, born roughly between 1997 and 2012. Ashleigh Ray notes that, while the group is far from retirement, they should know these five things about Social Security: wait to collect it (until age 70 if possible); calculate a benefits estimate by creating an on-line account; work 35 years or more to avoid any “zero” year calculations; save outside of Social Security in a 401k and/or IRA; using the Social Security Administration’s on-line portal to keep up with changes. Full article here.

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