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This guide is intended to help with finding information related to personal finance, credit, debt, college on a budget, and many other relevant topics.

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Social Security

Social Security Information

Societies care for individuals in economic, social, and medical need in a variety of ways. For instance, social welfare systems may depend on extended family networks, reciprocal exchange relationships, or large-scale redistributive plans. Across societies, social welfare, also referred to as social security, generally follows trends in social and economic development (Erinosho, 1994). Social security, a fundamental right in many modern societies, refers to social protection programs enacted into law that provide individuals with some income protection during times of old age, disability, unemployment, poverty, or survivorship.*


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