Are you aware that the new Your Social Security Statement published by the SSA has significant math errors in the calculation of benefits amounts for the ages 67, 68, and 69? About 6 months ago the SSA revised that statement to include a section that shows the amount of potential benefits at each year from FRA until 70. But the amounts do not match the 8% increase figures which are correctly shown on special pages for each year like this one for my birth year, 1956. www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement/planner/1956-delay.html The amounts on their new statement are significantly understated for ages 67, 68, and 69. I have tried calling and writing to their customer service but I cannot get a response from them about this issue.
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