10 things to know about Social Security
Familiarize yourself with strategies that can help maximize benefits or protect loved ones in the event of your death.
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I first paid into "social security" when I was twelve in 1948. I paid for fifty years, yet when I asked for a statement from the Social Security Administration in 1995, then again in 2010, I discovered that my account had gaping "holes" - long periods when I supposedly made no payments. I now receive "benefits" on the basis of just about half of what I actually paid, the reasons being very clear from, records I have, and from matters that both U.S. Senators and congressmen and major news media know. IRS knows, too, the reason being that in their own records - records which I have - they admit having created a second, falsified sociel security number with which to confuse the record and build a phony criminal case against me (an ex-wife from whom perjured testimony was extorted got caught in the collusion).
Wake up folks: this is just another example of a federal myth, one be used like a carrot in front of a donkey on a treadmill. There is no truth, or honor, in your government. They, like their current president will say anything ot keep you pacified while they steal you blind. There is one way you will retire, and it entails rebellion.
In a state that has secede, you might live to collect social security.
And, by the way, if you are the average American with the average American's income, I paid more in income taxes than you will earn in your entire lives. If you are one of those who pay absolutely nothing while continuing to recite liberalism's "fair share," mantra, stop kidding yourselves. You don't mean anything like "fair"" you mean more - it's the only place you can think of to get your next handout.
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