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Are You on Track to Reach the $4,555 Max Social Security Benefit?

Are You on Track to Reach the $4,555 Max Social Security Benefit?

Retirement is getting more expensive, and many older Americans depend heavily on Social Security. In fact, around 40% of retirees rely on their benefits "completely" in retirement, according to a 2022 survey from The Motley Fool. If Social Security will make up a significant portion of income in retirement, it's wise to maximize it.