Social Security will stick around but with changes, fixes
Jamie Patrick Hopkins
The Social Security Administration allows Americans to claim their full benefits at full retirement age of 66, reduced benefits at 62 and increased benefits at 70.
Many who claim early argue taking the reduced amount a few years before full retirement age makes sense, because they worry Social Security will soon be defunct.
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