Pinching pennies on Social Security? Maybe not
Wade D. Pfau
A study by the Investment Company Institute and the IRS shows that retirees saw about 3% increase in after-tax expendable income after they started collecting Social Security benefits, according to this article from USA Today. Expendable income for those in the lowest income groups increased 29% on average, the study found.
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