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How ‘unretiring’ to go back to work can affect your Social Security benefits

How ‘unretiring’ to go back to work can affect your Social Security benefits

The newest trend in retirement doesn’t have anything to do with a beach or eccentric hobbies — it’s about getting back into the workforce

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Here’s one way to get guaranteed income while delaying Social Security

Here’s one way to get guaranteed income while delaying Social Security

It’s a conundrum faced by some pre-retirees: Full-time work soon will be behind them and they’ll need income, yet they want to delay tapping Social Security for as long as possible to maximize those benefits

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This is how your Social Security retirement benefit could be $5,600 higher each year

This is how your Social Security retirement benefit could be $5,600 higher each year

Social Security is, for better or worse, a financial pillar that's responsible for buoying our nation's retired workforce

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What Does "Cutting Social Security" Actually Entail?

Cutting program expenditures probably doesn't mean what you think it does

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The Most Important Social Security Table You'll Ever See

The Most Important Social Security Table You'll Ever See

If you want to understand how your claiming decision and full retirement age will affect your payout, this table is for you

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You're entitled to a minimum Social Security benefit – if you've worked long enough

You're entitled to a minimum Social Security benefit – if you've worked long enough

Social Security helps tens of millions of retirees get income after the end of their careers, and the program's beneficial impact on poverty rates among the elderly has been noteworthy

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