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Social Security: 5 smart ways to get more benefits

It's hard to imagine what retirement would look like for our country without Social Security. The program lifts millions of senior citizens out of what would be an impoverished existence. At the same time, overall benefits are modest. The average retired worker gets an annual benefit of $16,200 -- hardly enough to replace the income many have become accustomed to living on.
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