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If I draw out my retirement money to get out of debt will I risk losing my social security ?
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Social Security Expert: PDtax, CPA firm owner replied 2 years ago

Retirement withdrawals do not cause you to forfeit or otherwise lose social security benefits. And paying off your personal debt likely makes your finances easier to manage.

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