Maxing out your Social Security benefits is out of reach for most people.
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There are some limitations.
Here's what to do if you've landed in catch-up mode.
Social Security's cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) isn't keeping pace with inflation, and that's bad news for seniors.
Even if you can't earn the requisite income, you can probably still make your benefit checks bigger.
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These tax-advantaged retirement accounts can be great long-term investment tools.
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A big change is almost certain to come to Social Security next year.
Are you on track to earn the $4,194 max benefit amount?
One simple step takes just a little work, but it gives you a lot of reward.
As you might imagine, it's not a small number.