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Reliability of SSA-provided Information Questioned

Laurence Kotlikoff, noted Boston University economist and co-author of “Get What’s Yours,” asserts that the margin of error when relying on answers from the Social Security Administration is something that must be considered. In a Q&A post on, he sets the record straight on an issue related to file-and-suspend strategies, citing inaccuracies in the answer provided by SSA. Read the post here…

Also, note that the AMAC Foundation provides a free service to the public through which NSSA-certified specialists will research your specific Social Security questions and provide credible information. Learn more about this service here…

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