Updated Friday, September 19, 2014 as of 3:48 AM ET

A Social Security Veteran's Second Act as Financial Advisor

Before his second act as an advisor, Jack Butler had a full 28-year career at the Social Security Administration. He started straight out of college and worked his way up through the ranks to become manager of the Dubuque, Iowa, office before taking early retirement at age 50. In all those years, he says he spent most of his time explaining the system to people who were paying into it and who would be relying on it in their retirement.

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