Social Security rules can be complicated, many people don’t even realize when they made a mistake
Social Security benefits, on average, account for almost 40 percent of retirement income and, therefore, is an important source of income for most U.S. retirees. Social Security becomes more important the longer a person is retired, often accounting for 50 percent or more of income for elderly retirees. However, many retirees make decisions that will cost them additional lifetime benefits. The Social Security rules and choices are complicated, so many people have trouble optimizing their benefits. Christy Bieber outlines three Social Security mistakes you don’t even realize you are making. Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…
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