Could you live off Social Security alone?

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Wyoming lost 25,000 workers between 2014 and 2016 amid an energy industry downturn but has showed some signs of recovery in recent months.



When it comes to retirement, there’s one question that is sure to get a lot of people to save: Could you survive if you only received Social Security?
But the fact is millions live off their monthly Social Security benefit check. How do they do it? Barbara Woodruff, 65, of St. Louis told Grandparents.com how she manages.
Her check: $633 a month. This is much less than the national average. As of June, the average Social Security benefit was $1,254.78 per month.
Woodruff is collecting less than many folks because health problems reduced her working years, she told Grandparents.com’s Daisy Chan. As Chan points out, Social Security benefits are based on your earnings during your working years.
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