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The new ruling has allowed my husband, who is 67 and employeed full time in a nice paying job, to start collecting his full social security check. We had decided he would not collect any earnings until he reached 70, but now that the law has changed he will be receiving more than $1500 a month. What a nice surprise. But with the market in flux, and wanting to keep the money in a very secure, but maximum investment , are there options were not thinking of. We are looking at CDs and money markets - how can we find the best interest rates? What other options should we consider? His company doesn't offer a 401k or retirement plan, but he does contribute the maximum to his IRA every year.
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