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I get 1420 per month will that be reduced when this law goes…

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I get 1420 per month will that be reduced when this law goes into effect how can I avoid losing any benefits
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Can you clarify for me why you believe your $1420/mo will be reduced come the effective time period of the "new" SS law that was recently passed?

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