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How to Beat the Coming Social Security Cuts

A new report from the Social Security Trustees just said…

That the trust’s funds are expected to run out of money by 2034. And unless lawmakers come up with a fix, that could mean your Social Security check could be cut.

Should you file early… or look for other ways to increase your income?

Click here to see a simple way you could pull an extra $1,191 every 20 days – on top of SS.

Claiming Social Security early makes sense in some scenarios.

But if that wasn’t your initial plan, consider this…

While SS may need to reduce the amount it pays in benefits, the program is not in danger of running out of money completely.

So a better alternative could be for you to simply add a new income source.

And that’s one of the reasons why I’m recommending folks to consider this little-known income strategy.

Because since we started recommending it in 2016…

With a $10k investment, the average return has been $1,191 every 20 days.

Go here for urgent instructions for a NEW potential payout on October 29.

Another thing to consider is that…

The potential Social Security cuts are not set in stone.

Lawmakers can still introduce new changes like tax increases or other solutions to make up for the revenue shortfall.

So instead of rushing to take benefits early…

A better solution could be to increase your income in other ways.

And with this little-known income strategy – you could even start doing so this month.

In fact, you could get your first payout by Friday, October 29th – potentially worth $3,901 or more.

I’m doing a presentation about this unique and time-sensitive opportunity.

It’s completely FREE.

And I’ll explain everything you need to know in order to potentially make $3,901 this month – should you decide this income opportunity is a good fit for you.

All you need to do is click here now to confirm your reservation – again, it’s free.

Yours in Wealth,
Ian Wyatt

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