Many seniors bemoan the fact that Social Security doesn't pay them all that much money. In fact, if your savings are robust enough that you're able to live on withdrawals from your nest egg alone, then you may want to consider investing the benefits you collect from Social Security. Doing so could turn those payments into a larger sum and give you more flexibility during retirement.
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