Will working a few more years boost your Social Security payments?

For countless seniors depending on Social Security to provide a large chunk of their monthly income, it pays to take steps to increase those benefits. Generally speaking, working a few more years might boost your Social Security payments, but that’s not always the case. The attached article looks at how working longer affects Social Security benefits. Read article here…

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