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If you don't understand these basic things, you could end up costing yourself benefits.
You may be able to collect more than you think from Social Security.
Social Security is likely to provide critical income in your retirement, so learn how to maximize it.
Step up your contributions and invest them wisely for a bigger nest egg at retirement.
When the Oracle of Omaha speaks, it pays to listen.
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Short-term financial relief comes at a long-term cost.