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Re: Social security overflow, change the law

> You've gotten me wondering too.  Nothing was said during my induction to my 
> county govt job that would lead me to believe that I wouldn't be allowed to 
> collect SS.  I'll most likely be there only 11 to 15 years, vested at 10.  
> I certainly hope that meager amount wouldn't cause me to lose SS.

I hope not too, but I'm worried that it's going to happen that way.  :(
My Mom didn't find out until she started planning her retirement.  
Otherwise I never would have known either.

Here's a fact sheet from the social security Web site:



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