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Underscoring the Importance of Checking Your Information–Mistakes Do Happen

There are many reasons for taking the initiative to open a “my Social Security” account, and one of them can save you both money and headaches. As explained in a post today on by The Motley Fool’s Kailey Hagen, your access to the records maintained by the Social Security Administration–the very root of your Social Security benefit calculation–gives you the opportunity to spot-check them and verify their accuracy. Read Ms. Hagen’s post here. And, if you don’t have a “my SSA” account yet, go here to set one up. It’s simple and important.

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