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When someone steals your Social Security benefit

It’s a sad commentary on human honesty, but in today’s electronic world there is always someone out there looking to access your personal information and steal your money. That’s especially true of your Social Security benefits which are automatically and electronically sent to beneficiaries each month by the Social Security Administration. Vigilance to make sure your payments are actually received is of paramount importance, and that same vigilance is needed even if you’re only eligible to collect but not yet doing so. With fraud risk as high as it is these days, keeping track of your Social Security benefits should be high on your priority list, as this Motley Fool article by Maurie Backman explains. Click here to read more.

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