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Social Security’s terminology – A language of its own.

If you’ve every had a conversation about Social Security, it has probably been full of confusing terms and acronyms which the speaker seems to know well, but sounds like a foreign language to those who don’t deal with this terminology every day. Things like “FRA” or “AIME” or “COLA” or “PIA” find their way into most dialogues about Social Security benefits. In this article by Social Security spokesperson Nicole Tiggermann appearing in the New Hampshire Union Leader, the author explains some of these terms and provides a link to a glossary of Social Security terms which can be helpful in your next conversation about your Social Security benefits. Click here to read more.

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