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Making Informed Social Security Decisions is Critical!

Through the years, we’ve often heard that when you move into a new neighborhood, you immediately acquire two resident experts…the neighbor on your left and the neighbor on your right. While that’s OK for many things, it is not OK when it comes to Social Security. In a post on, columnist Tom Margenau explains why, showcases some of the misinformation uninformed (but usually well-meaning) folks can pass along. Read his post here…

As a general rule, you need to consult with trained and certified advisors who can interpret Social Security’s complex rules and regulations and how they fit your individual circumstances.  For those needing assistance in navigating the forest of rules and procedures associated with Social Security, don’t forget that the AMAC Foundation offers assistance to the public–at no charge–via its Social Security Advisory Service. Learn more about it here…


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