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Democrats want expanded Social Security and Medicare for all

Democrats want expanded Social Security and Medicare for all

Over 100 of 193 House Democrats along with several potential 2020 presidential candidates in the Senate announced Thursday they’re forming the Expand Social Security Caucus to organize around not just preserving Social Security but increasing the benefits it pays out

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Navigating The Confusing Rules Of When To Claim Social Security

Navigating The Confusing Rules Of When To Claim Social Security

The rules for claiming Social Security retirement benefits have become so complicated that it’s practically impossible for the typical near-retiree to navigate the system intelligently

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The 3 Most Surprising Social Security Benefits You Can Get

The 3 Most Surprising Social Security Benefits You Can Get

Make sure you receive what you're entitled to

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How To Plan (Or Not Plan) For Social Security In Retirement

How To Plan (Or Not Plan) For Social Security In Retirement

Three-quarters of Americans are concerned that by the time they’re ready to retire, Social Security won’t be there for them, according to the most recent Transamerica Retirement Survey

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Claiming your Social Security at 62? You might not regret it

Claiming your Social Security at 62? You might not regret it

Patience is a virtue. Or is it?

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5 Concrete Social Security Truths

5 Concrete Social Security Truths

You can take these Social Security facts to the bank

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