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How military service affects your Social Security benefits


If you served in the military, you’ve lived on bases, ships, installations and submarines. Your fine-dining experiences may have included hundreds of days consuming MREs and fast grabs from BXs/NEXs and commissaries. You’ve been deployed to remote corners of the world while immersing yourself in a lifestyle others without military service have never experienced. I am a Marine Corp veteran. Many of my clients are also former U.S. military. And what they and others need to know is that military service does have an effect on future Social Security benefits. Of course, it also depends on when you served, so let’s break it down and take a look. Read more…


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