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Social Security Decisions Can be a Source of Headaches

In their 2017 Brain on Finance Study, analysts from Northwestern Mutual note that 80% of Americans “are financially anxious…and that’s affecting their physical well-being.” From the extreme amount of concentration needed to make financial decisions to the corresponding stress that a do-it-yourself approach puts on the brain, it’s clear that understanding options and selecting the right course of action places a burden on many folks’ thought processes. And when the implications of uninformed Social Security decisions enter the picture, the stress level can spike. The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman discusses the Northwestern Mutual study results in a post on their website… check it out here. And on this general issue, note that the AMAC Foundation provides a free consulting service for anyone having questions about their Social Security benefits or Social Security eligibility. This type of credible advice can go a long way toward relieving stress levels when it’s time to make critical decisions about this important benefit. Learn more about this service here…


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