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Although you'll receive reduced checks by claiming early, you can still receive thousands of dollars per month.
Make sure you have the money you need as a retiree.
It could affect the choices you make about retirement savings.
It's easier than you may think to become a millionaire investor.
You might be surprised by the size of the President's check.
The largest Social Security raise in decades may not provide as much extra income as you'd think.
Making your retirement more secure is possible even later in life.
Hampton University alumna and Fool.com editor/analyst Desiree Jones shares her experience of learning about finances and investing while an HBCU student and as a Fool.
Put yourself in a position to get the most from your retirement accounts.
You'll receive noticeably more next year from the benefit program -- but there's a catch.
Hint: You may not like the answer.
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Americans are worried about the wrong thing when it comes to their retirement security.
Losing out on this savings option is a major blow. If it's available to you, take it.
An increase in benefits of that size could still be within reach.
Spending some time with these reports now can pay off in the long run.
Benefits will be increasing next year. How will your checks compare to the average?
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