Why you should check your Social Security statement

The Social Security Administration will pay out more than one trillion dollars for benefits to 64 million Americans this year. Social Security provides essential economic support to roughly 44 percent of single retirees and 22 percent of married retirees who rely almost solely on Social Security for their income. Even if you have a few years away from retirement, it’s important to review your eligibility for Social Security and how much you an expect to receive. All this information can be found in your Social Security statement. In Rita Williams’ article, she gives three important reasons you should check your Social Security statement periodically. Read her article here…

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