Your Social Security Statement, Explained.
Considering how important a role Social Security will play in your retirement, it’s safe to say that understanding your Social Security benefit statement is a pretty important thing. If you’re not yet retired, Social Security stopped sending annual statements to everyone years ago, but still mails an annual statement to those who are 60 or more, and who have not yet created their personal “My Social Security” online account. If you are in that category, chances are you’re starting to think about your retirement future, so understanding the various parts of your Social Security statement should be high on your priority list. And to assist you with that, this article by Steve Wright, appearing in Elizabethtown, KY’s The News-Enterprise, tells you all you need to know about your Social Security statement. Click here to read more.
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