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Would you consider the audio edition of Social Security Simplified to be better than the print version?
Yes I personally listened to the book twice to make sure I didn't miss any of the important information.
What does Amy Barron Smolinski bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She has a very clear and easy to listen to voice.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Truthfully I was shocked at how easy it would be to be financially harmed without the right amount of information. The normal person just goes into social security and expects them to tell them everything they need to know. But what if that person is not properly trained or just doesn't care. That is where you need to know before walking in to that office to sign up for your benefits first. We have all worked hard for retirement and that is not the time to make mistakes that would financially harm your monthly benefit for the rest of your life.
Any additional comments?
This is a book that is full of information that only an expect can give you. I know that I was surprised several times with some of the information that they have collected. The regular everyday person could never gather half of it. Even if you did a search of the internet for hours. They have put it all together for us in this one audio book and included a pdf to make it even simply for you to understand. So you can maximize your social security befits. For an audio that costs under 10 dollars is could save you hundreds of dollars in retirement benefits monthly. I would put this on my must have list of audio books.
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This book was informative and easy to understand. The political and philosophical discussion of the proposed future of Social Security was an added bonus, and gave context to the book as a whole.