Updated Saturday, December 20, 2014 as of 12:53 AM ET

Social Security: Thinking Long-Term Will Avoid Common Pitfalls

To help your clients plan their Social Security filing options, your first challenge will often be to help them evaluate the right benchmarks to guide their decision-making.

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Comments (1)
This article urges one to stay invested in the social benefits scheme and postpone withdrawal to as late as possible to reap more benefits. Nobody can deny the wisdom of this since you will get higher returns if you remain invested. However, you need to educate the general public that funds in SS are not under risk and that each and everyone will get paid out. Nobody is going to lose. Once they are convinced, the battle is won.
Posted by KIMMY B | Wednesday, January 29 2014 at 12:35PM ET
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