May 18, 2013

Social Security Realities
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We have heard that social security may go bankrupt and not available for future generations. John O’Connor, President of O’Connor and Associates says that is not true. The Social Security Trust Fund continues to grow and benefits will be available. The age to collect SSI may change in the future, but for now it is age 66. It is best to do your homework and learn about the choices you have and at what age you should start collect SSI. After contributing to it for years, take your time and learn what is best for you and or your spouse. You can also contact John O’Connor the safe money man. He will assist you with all your social security questions and explore possibilities that you may not even know existed and are so worth your time.


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