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I'll start off with providing the study (and true/false quiz included) with this link -
MassMutual Research: Survey Shows Concerning Knowledge Deficiency about Social Security Retirement Benefits
Basically out of 1,513 people that took this 10 question, basic knowledge, true/fasle quiz about SS benefits, only 28% passed (getting 7/10 or better questions correct). Even more shockingly, only 1 single person got all 10 TRUE/FALSE questions correct. The law of guessing averages should allow for more than 1/1513 to get 10 questions correct, wouldn't you think?!
Must be really hard, or difficulty worded, right? Not really. Here are the questions, try it for yourself:
Test your Social Security knowledge with this brief quiz
Curious on what you scored. I got a 5/10 myself, and I've done a decent amount of research on the subject. So I think this goes to show that Social Security benefits are far too confusing and there are far too many myths out there about the facts of receiving benefits. Question becomes, what can we do about this, in light of this study?