People are worried about the program right now, but they might be ignoring an immediate threat to their benefits.
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More than 64 million people receive Social Security benefits, and more than half of all retired workers who get Social Security count on it for the majority of their income during their retired years.
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Millions of Americans receiving Social Security benefits also have income from work, whether it's staying in their full-time career or taking on part-time jobs in their spare time.
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Those who are just becoming eligible for Social Security should know about what's happening to their benefits.
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This little-known part of Social Security is essential to how the program runs.
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