Three important things you should know about Social Security - Nasdaq

Over 65 million people, or more than 1 in every 6 U.S. residents, collected Social Security benefits in January 2022. Social Security is a major source of income for most American seniors; however, only one percent of respondents were able to pass a quiz on Social Security basics administered by MassMutual. Two-thirds of respondents either failed or barely passed with a D grade. Everyone should have a solid understanding of how the program works, no matter what role you expect Social Security to play in your retirement. Maurie Backman outlines three key points to keep in mind about Social Security. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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