Senior Agents Can Earn More Without Social Security Penalty

Jones, Chuck
May 2000
Advisor Today;May2000, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p25
Trade Publication
Reports that United States President Bill Clinton has signed a legislation that abolished the Social Security rule that reduced monthly benefits to people age 65 and older. Significance of the bill; Comments from Clinton about the benefits that can be gained from the bill; Implications of the bill to insurance agents and financial advisors.


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