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Sanders introduces bill to boost Social Security

Sanders introduces bill to boost Social Security

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is rolling out legislation to bolster Social Security payments and make high-income earners pay more into the retirement system

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Retirees' Incomes Rising, Dependence On Social Security Benefits Lower

Retirees' Incomes Rising, Dependence On Social Security Benefits Lower

Retirees are “increasingly dependent on Social Security benefits,” says U.S. News and World Report

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Two easy fixes for Social Security's biggest mistake

Two easy fixes for Social Security's biggest mistake

Feel like you need to take a mulligan on your Social Security strategy?

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When is it appropriate to take Social Security at age 62?

When is it appropriate to take Social Security at age 62?

Q: What are some reasons why someone might want to collect Social Security at 62?

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Social Security has a looming $11 trillion shortfall

Social Security has a looming $11 trillion shortfall

President-elect Donald Trump has said he will preserve Social Security, though if he and Congress do nothing to fix the funding, the financial reckoning will be huge — as much as $11.4 trillion down the road

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Social Security Plans To Provide Even Less Information

Social Security Plans To Provide Even Less Information

The Social Security Administration just quietly noted on its website that it will mail out even fewer earnings and estimated benefits statements to save the agency money

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