Misunderstanding Abound in Social Security

In today’s fearmongering headline world it is easy to misconstrue articles that advertise using negative buzzwords to drum up page viewership. In the ways that rumors get started, these misconceptions roll downhill and grow like a snowball with little to no backing resources to support the claims. Some Social Security myths that you might have been exposed to are the ideas that you may never even receive a benefit that you’ve been paying in to your whole life, taking Social Security early/late is always the best decision, and your decisions concerning Social Security impact only yourself. These are all extreme examples, but that is what spreads the fastest because it starts arguments. To see how these myths are dispelled, visit this article by Dan Caplinger with The Motley Fool.


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