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OUR NEW BOOK IS OUT!

Our “Ask Rusty: What’s So Hard About Social Security” publication is now available for purchase, either in hard copy or as an eBook. 

To order the hard copy edition:

The price is $19.95 + $1.40 sales tax, total $21.35 (Shipping is included!)

Mail a check payable to AMAC Foundation, 312 Teague Trl., Lady Lake, FL 32159

We will mail the book immediately upon receipt.

The eBook version is available on Amazon and I-Tunes for $9.95.

Contact the Foundation office at 888-750-2622 if questions.

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Your support of our tax-exempt Foundation will enable us to continue building the services that meet the needs of a growing constituency and that are vital to their well-being.

Your partnership in our mission to serve America’s seniors is critical! They need us, and we need your financial support to deliver the services critical to so many. From Social Security to Medicare—with a lot in between—our services assist seniors and provide help and guidance at a time when they need it most. Your support of our tax-exempt Foundation will enable us to continue building the services that meet the needs of a growing constituency and that are vital to their well-being.

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