Errors in Social Security wage reports are common and can reduce benefits if not corrected, so advisers need to be on the ball to catch mistakes.

Studies have found that about 25% of earnings reports contain errors, says Scott Tucker, founder and president of Scott Tucker Solutions in Chicago.

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