There's a rumor that Social Security won't pay benefits at all in the future. Buying into it could actually make sense.
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There's a lot of downside risk being obscured by the euphoric excitement for digital currencies.
Could you pull this off?
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You have the power to turn a negative event into something positive.
You may be surprised at how much money Social Security could pay out.
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It's close to a sure bet.
You can't avoid a stock market crash, but you can prepare yourself for one and possibly limit your losses.
Before you claim Social Security, make sure you know what you're really signing up for.
For many investors, the "less is more" approach is not only easier, but it bears more fruit.