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Why these states have the lowest Social Security retirement benefits

An overwhelming percenaget of non-retirees (89 percent) believe they’ll need Social Security income to make ends meet according to national pollster Gallup. By the same token, official data from the Social Security Administration suggests that 62 percent of today’s retirees lean on the program to supply at least half of their monthly income. The attached article examines the average Social Security retirement benefit on a state-by-state basis to see where the lowest average Social Security retirement benefit is and why. Read article here…

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