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Not Every Worker in America Draws Social Security Benefits

Officially, they fall into a category called “never beneficiaries,” and it’s a category that includes “3 percent of people age 60 to 89,” according to a post by’s Kelli Grant. Occupants of this category include government workers, teachers and railroad employees; certain felons, ex-patriots living in certain foreign countries, and workers who have not accumulated the requisite credits as a result of intermittent work histories. For a full explanation, check out Ms. Grant’s post here…


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