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How income affects Social Security benefits

Millions of Americans depend on Social Security to provide a big portion of the money they need to make ends meet in retirement, as well as covering millions more who become disabled earlier in their careers. The Social Security system is funded by workers payroll taxes paid during their working lives and what the worker earn helps determine how much they receive in benefits during retirement. However, Social Security isn’t as simple as it could be and there are many surprising aspects to the program. Read attached article on how your average career earnings rise but those payments don’t go up in a straight line. Read article here…

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