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This is probably the best ETF newsletter out there and it has a nice report on the market. But, I switched to the Morningstar Stock investor newsletter and like it much better. Their portfolio was slightly under performing the S&P. This makes sense because, I think it would be hard to beat the market with any actively managed ETF portfolio. Especially once cap gains and fees are accounted for. I did like the handsfree portfolio but after all, the idea is that you don’t do anything with it, so why would you need a newsletter to tell you not to… Read more »

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I thought SS benefits were for children of a deceased person and have never heard of 50% for a child when the person is living. Is it something in the adoption of a child in foster care that changes it?

You would be wise to call SS and ask the questions so you will know for sure.

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I was required to retire at age 60 when my son was 15. I began taking my Social Security payments at 62, and my son received payments until he reached his 18th birthday.

I heard about the option to repay benefits some time ago, and I inquired about this at my local SS office. The lady I spoke with informed me that I would have to repay the benefits that my son received as well as those that I had received.

I decided not to do it.

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