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Not Everybody Receives Social Security

Many believe that Social Security is universally available to those reaching retirement age. Not so, says a post by The Motley Fool’s Kailey Hagen in a recent post on their website. She examines three separate examples of three cases in which benefits will not be paid, including those with an insufficient number of work credits, retirees in a select list of locations outside the U.S., and some who worked exclusively in jobs under the Railroad Retirement Board. Check out her post here for more details on these situations.

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