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How Questions to My Column Are Handled
(Posted July 24, 2017)
Question 1257: How do you handle question to your column? I've asked a couple of questions and then you e-mailed the answers to me rather than posting the question and answer in your column.
I've been answering questions about Railroad Retirement, Medicare, and Social Security for 20 years. I try not to post duplicate questions but I do respond to them using e-mail. When I find question about subjects that I haven't had before, I do post those in my column.
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