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Currently, over 100 federal agencies are required by law to pay rent for the properties they occupy.
This money is coming out of our paychecks, Social Security checks, and the checks we cut to the Internal Revenue Service every April.
And some very smart Americans have discovered an investment to profit from this situation.
Their reward: A hefty monthly check.
Picture the perfect stock for a moment.
What would it look like?
At fifty-five, you may begin to eye retirement more closely, however, there are money moves you can make to guarantee a stress-free and bright retirement. Here are seven cunning money moves that you should know as you hit fifty-five years.
What is the best age to take Social Security? Is it 62 when you are first eligible? 65? 66? 70?
The truth is many people are unsure and often misinformed. A 2017 survey by The Nationwide Institute found that 91 percent of people didn’t know what factors determine the maximum payout they can receive for Social Security—this lack of awareness can cost you a lot of money if you file for benefits at the wrong time. Today almost two-thirds of retirees rely on their monthly check for at least half of their income, and for about for a third, it represents 90 percent or more.