The Social Security Act was signed on Aug. 14, 1935, by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt during his first term in the middle of the Great Depression, and has paid out more than $7.4 trillion. Most people know their paychecks are taxed to fund the program, and they know they get some of it back when they retire. So this is a quiz to see if you know some other important details. Good luck!
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