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Dear Reader,

The 2016 presidential race is heating up, and politicians are already talking about the subject of "Social Security reform..."

But don't be fooled – this phrase hides the true intention of this political rhetoric: Social Security cuts.

And it wouldn't be the first time...

Just last year, President Obama was under fire for proposing massive cuts to Social Security.
His proposals involved "eliminat[ing] aggressive Social Security claiming strategies" that some Americans are using to maximize their Social Security benefits.

Most Americans don't realize this, but there are real and proven ways to dramatically boost your Social Security payments. And these options are still available – because Obama's Social Security proposals fortunately haven't made it into law.

At least not yet.

For example, one couple named Ed and Mary used one of these strategies to earn an extra $750 from Social Security every month...

Another couple from Boston did something similar. They used a simple strategy that earned them an estimated $50,000 extra from Social Security in just four years.

Retirement expert Dr. Larry Kotlikoff, a professor of economics, says there are several totally legal and easy ways to boost your Social Security payments. You just have to understand how these strategies work, and how to put them to use.

In some cases, Dr. Kotlikoff says you can increase your lifetime benefits by $200,000 or more, yet few Americans know it is an option for them.

Dr. Kotlikoff has written much more about this subject. To learn more about these Social Security boosting strategies, before Congress threatens to shut them down, go here.

Regards,

Michael Ford
Researcher, Stansberry Research

P.S. Remember, this is YOUR money. You paid into the system and deserve to get as much of your money back from Social Security as you can. There's several 100% legal ways to do this. You just have to know how. Find out everything you need to know here.




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