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Will the kids one day vote to reduce their parents’ Social Security benefits? (Photo: Getty)

Over the past decade, financial advisors have grown upbeat about the future of Social Security benefits – especially for today’s retirees. Many advisors encourage clients to delay the start of benefits past age 66, to earn Delayed Retirement Credits that they believe will be paid in full.


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