What if you don’t get the maximum Social Security benefit?
The maximum Social Security benefit for 2022 is $4,194 a month; however, most beneficiaries have a monthly benefit that is less than that amount. But you don’t have to worry about having a smaller monthly Social Security check; there are steps you can take to compensate for your lower benefit. What are they? Maurie Backman explains that you don’t need to chase the maximum benefit, but you can focus on this instead. Read Ms. Backaman’s article here…
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