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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

What's The Difference Between Social Security And SSI?

Tom Margenau clears up readers’ confusion about Social Security benefits and Supplemental Security Income payments in the latest edition of his column, Social Security And You:

Near the end of last year, around the holidays, I wrote a column that addressed what I called the 12 Myths of Social Security. It was supposed to be a takeoff on the “12 Days of Christmas” — get it?

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  • mfmanion70

    I am 72 years old and have worked all my life. I’v been drawing Social security and have been a school bus driver for almost 15 years. Iv been considering taking retirement from the school dist. but I understand that if I do this s.s. will penalize me about 20% of my benefit. I feel if we work two jobs and have paid into both, we should not be penalized.I live in CO and I understand we are only 1 of 14 states who practice this. Is there any way to get past this without breaking the LAW