The Nuts & Bolts of Social Security in 7 Easy Tips

The Nuts & Bolts of Social Security in 7 Easy Tips

So many people today are unsure of whether or not Social Security Income will be around by the time they retire. In 1935 the Social Security Act was signed into existence, with the full retirement age at 65 and life expectancy at only 62.

Obviously the population of the United States has increased, life expectancies have increased, and the ratio of workers contributing to the trust fund verses the number of individuals receiving benefits has decreased. It’s easy to understand that the trust fund is struggling to stay afloat. This is the reason why we have many different retirement ages!

By downloading this free eBook you'll learn:

  • The age at which you can start claiming your social security benefits
  • The reduced benefits of social security due to your earnings
  • Social security death benefits
  • Social security benefits for divorced spouses

...and more.

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