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 Why Is the Retirement Age for Social Security Going Up?

Answer In 1935, Congress set the minimum age for getting full social security benefits at age 65. So, why is it going up? A variety of reasons contributed to the increase, but it all has to do with the So... Read More »
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Do social security disability payments received before normal retirement age reduce social security retirement payments at normal retirement age?

Indemnity plans do not have to pay the hospital or doctor. Indemnity plans are designed to indemnify either the insured or the provider. That means if you have services that cost 20,000.00 dollars ... Read More »
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What Is Social Security Retirement?

Social Security retirement is a U.S. government old-age pension program, financed by a payroll tax, which provides a monthly retirement benefit for as long as you live. The original Social Security... Read More »
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What is retirement age for Social Security?

In order to receive Social Security benefits, you must retire between age 62 and 70 years. If you want to receive full benefits you must retire at your full retirement age, which depends on the yea... Read More »
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Social Security & Teacher Retirement?

The golden question for everyone is "Will social security be there for me when I need it?" That is currently an impossible question to answer. For teachers, social security is an important issue wh... Read More »
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