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Episode 250: The Social Security Hour

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Occasionally, we’ll get Bob Simpson from the Social Security Office to join us LIVE! It’s a real treat to hear directly from the man who has worked over 30 years doing what he loves … helping people make the most of their Social Security benefits. There is never a dull moment with Bob on the mic! We will be talking about six major Social Security changes in 2022, year-end planning and answering all our listeners’ questions.

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