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    FRA for Survivor Benefits

    Sometimes things that look simple and easy to understand can have a hidden “but” or

    June 20th | by Jim Saulnier, CFP®

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    Delaying Survivor Benefit

    We received the following question from a reader this week: “My mother will be turning 65

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    MySocialSecurity Online Account Issues

    In the past we have discussed how you can create an online account with Social

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    Memorial Day

    We're taking the week off in honor of Memorial Day. We'll be back next week

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    Social Security - A Better Deal Than You Think

    For quite some time now there has been a movement afoot to “privatize” Social Security.

    May 23rd | by Justin Fundalinski, MBA

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    Beware of Retroactive Benefits

    A little issue has come to our attention with regard to the way Social Security

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    Social Security Didn't Tell Him

    We received the following email this week… “I have a dear friend who at age 60

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    Grace Year Confusion

    Looks like another Social Security office has confusion over the “Grace Year”.  Even though we

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    Sometimes things that look simple and easy to understand can have a hidden “but” or two that makes them a little more confusing and complicated than you first imagined. For those eligible for Social Security survivor benefits, one item with...

    June 20, 2018 | by 
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    We received the following question from a reader this week: “My mother will be turning 65 this year and is trying to figure out how to maximize her SS benefit. She did not work the 40 quarters required to have...

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    In the past we have discussed how you can create an online account with Social Security.  This will give you access to your earnings record, the ability to file certain benefit claims, get statements, etc.  We have also warned...

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    We're taking the week off in honor of Memorial Day. We'll be back next week with a new post for you. Thanks for reading!

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