New Rules for Social Security

There are many things that you can miss when entering retirement. The Social Security Administration has ensured that nearing retirement is a hectic time in juxtaposition to the relaxing vacation that retirement is supposed to be. It is easy to miss even the bigger changes such as the closed loopholes that happened late last year. It is no mistake that there are many smaller things that you may never have thought to even look for. For instance, there is a mandatory expense in retirement. This comes in the mandatory acceptance of Medicare Part A should you be eligible, failing to accept this is grounds for forfeiture of all benefits. For more information on this subject, visit this article by Dan McGrath with Financial Advisor.


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