COLUMBIA — Chuck Miller had a plan. A plan to retire at age 50, own a cattle ranch and still be young enough to enjoy his family and lifestyle. The Hickman High School agriculture teacher's goal was to work 25 years before retirement, and with 20 years under his belt, he was getting pretty close. That is, until the Social Security Administration's ruling earlier this year.
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