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Subject:  Re: Social Security Date:  8/8/1999  9:02 AM
Author:  Crosenfield Number:  12966 of 100428

Thanks for the clarification. I've paid maximum social security for almost 40 years; my spouse gets social security based on own income. I've figured that for my spouse to get a raise when I start drawing social security, I'd have to work to almost age 70! There aren't any minor children, so if I retire before drawing anything, all my contributions are down the drain!
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