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On Sunday, August 14, Social Security celebrated it 87th birthday. From the SSA's website, "69.1 million people received benefits from programs administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in 2019." Most of us will be or are using SS for some of our retirement income. Some of us may be using SS disability or survivor benefits for income now.

Roughly what percent of your family's income is or will be from SS benefits?
0% to 19%
20% to 39%
40% to 59%
60% to 79%
80% to 100%

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