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5 of the most important facts everyone gets wrong about Social Security

Submitted by on June 17, 2015 – 1:44 pm No Comment

When presented with a true-or-false quiz on Social Security, only one person — out of more than 1,500 tested– answered all 10 questions correctly, according to the report from MassMutual.

There’s no denying that Social Security is confusing. But many people — including those close to retirement age — struggle to grasp even the basics.

Only 28 percent of people passed a 10-question true or false quiz on Social Security benefits, according to a study by MassMutual Life Insurance Company. Just one person out of the more than 1,500 who took the test answered all 10 questions correctly. (A passing score was answering eight out of the 10 questions correctly.)

Source: Five of the most important facts everyone gets wrong about Social Security 

My Comments: Dag! these question would’ve stumped me as well. Great article!

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