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Video – AMAC’s Social Security Advisory Service Helps Thousands

The AMAC Foundation recently held a public seminar on Social Security basics. Along with introducing the AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory staff and discussing some of the most frequently asked questions they receive, the presentation covered a series of common misunderstandings about Social Security, providing attendees with factual information to dispel these myths. The Foundation filmed this event for the benefit of those unable to attend.

For guidance on Social Security matters, contact one of the AMAC Foundation’s certified Social Security Advisors via email at SSAdvisor@AmacFoundation.org, or by phone at 888-750-2622.

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Janet

I would like to see AMAC fight the latest proposal to include everyone from 55 up in Medicare as we keep being told that the program is going broke and Seniors need Medicare as they are no longer working and being covered by employer insurance programs. It would be a terrible mistake especially since so many are still working and paying into the program to keep Medicare going in the same manner as they do Social Security. We need the Federal Government to pay back the money that was taken from the Social Security Trust Fund and used for purposes that it was not intended for and to keep the program from failing.

John Ryder

Thanks for a great newsletter look forward to the growth of “Amac”.
The polls are good ones.

suzanne

Am holding on to this video. Great information. Answered some of my questions at this stage of my game, so to speak.

Barbara Willkie

Is there a seminar coming to San Diego area anytime soon?

Karen A Allen

I will turn 70, Sept.27. I believe I need to apply for my social security in July. I have been told by the local SS office I should receive $700 more when I switch from my widows benefits to my social security. Is this information true. When would I receive my first check? On October 3?