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6 Smart Ways to Boost Your Social Security Payout Before Retirement

According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, 84% of U.S. workers expect their Social Security benefit to be a significant source income during retirement. So, let's plan ahead with these six smart ways to boost that monthly Social Security check before retirement: 1. Check Reported...
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