Beware younger readers, your future Social Security benefits could disappear

Mollette
Americans should be able to draw 100% of their social security benefits at age 65 but they can’t. 1983 began a gradual age increase from 65 to 67 which occurred over a 22 year period. For those who are already past 65 it’s too late to care much. People who began collecting at age 62 don’t care either. If you started paying into Social Security by the age of 25 and most Americans did or will,…

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