Clients who worked in the public sector may be in for a rude surprise when they apply for Social Security benefits: their assumed benefits could be significantly less than anticipated.
If a client's earnings history includes income from payroll-tax paying private sector jobs, as well as a salary from public sector work, a perceived conflict may arise.
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