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What Raising Social Security's Retirement Age Really Means

What Raising Social Security's Retirement Age Really Means

Social Security faces a long-term financial crisis

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Why Don't More People File for Social Security at 70?

Why Don't More People File for Social Security at 70?

Countless seniors lose out on lifetime benefits by claiming them earlier than 70. The question is: Why the rush?

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What you don't know about Social Security in 2018

What you don't know about Social Security in 2018

Find out the biggest possible payments, what to expect in your check, and more

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Would the GOP Actually Cut Social Security Benefits?

Would the GOP Actually Cut Social Security Benefits?

The answer might surprise you

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GOP eyes post-tax-cut changes to welfare, Medicare and Social Security

GOP eyes post-tax-cut changes to welfare, Medicare and Social Security

High-ranking Republicans are hinting that, after their tax overhaul, the party intends to look at cutting spending on welfare, entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare, andother parts of the social safety net

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Congress should fix the Social Security disability backlog

Congress should fix the Social Security disability backlog

The Nov. 21 front-page article “597 days. And still waiting ” put a face on the many obstacles for Americans who are unable to do substantial work and revealed how the numbers game in Washington comes at the expense of the most vulnerable

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