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The wrong investments and tax strategies could have Uncle Sam steal back part of your Social Security check.
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Workers with 401(k) accounts, fearing another drop in their savings similar to 2008, shifted investments from stocks to less volatile bond funds in the days leading up to Tuesday's debt ceiling vote.
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Many aging Americans are no doubt growing concerned about the debt ceiling debate’s impact on their long-term investments, but as long as they have a balanced portfolio, financial advisers say they’ll be fine.