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Never Worked? You May Still Be Entitled to Social Security Retirement Benefits

·3 min read
Never Worked? You May Still Be Entitled to Social Security Retirement Benefits

Social Security retirement benefits are often referred to as "earned benefits." That's because you pay payroll taxes that fund Social Security and earn work credits that entitle you to this retirement income.