You can learn a lot by listening to the public about Social Security

A recent Gallup survey found that 55 percent of retirees count on Social Security to be a major source of income, with another 34 percent leaning on it as a minor income source. Polling the American public, both working and retired, about Social Security exposes something surprising: How much the public doesn’t understand about Social Security. In Sean Williams’ column for the Motley Fool, he exposes five things you can learn from these surveys. Read his article here…

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