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    2019 COLA Changes

    2019 COLA Changes Well, the wait is over for the 2019 announcement on the cost of

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    Happy Thanksgiving!

    We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends! We’ll be back

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    Overcoming Privacy Concerns With Divorced Spouse Benefits

    As our long-time blog listeners/readers know, divorced spouses are entitled to receive benefits on their

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    Benefit Calculation Before Full Retirement Age

    The following question arrived this week: “I turned 63 in September 2018. I stopped working at

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    Benefits Repayment After Withdrawing Your Application

    I received the following question recently: “I need to repay my Social Security benefits after withdrawing

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    Claiming Survivor Benefits

    Reader question:  “I am 58 years old and work full time. My spouse passed away

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    Receiving Benefits While Abroad

    Reader question:  “I will be in Romania for several years.  If I open a bank

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    Benefit Adjustments at Full Retirement Age

    Reader question:  “I will be 66 next July. I want to begin collecting Social Security

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    2019 COLA Changes Well, the wait is over for the 2019 announcement on the cost of living adjustment (COLA) to Social Security.   I have summarized the key changes below.  For all the details you can refer to the 2019 SSA...

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    We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends! We’ll be back next week with another Social Security blog post.

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    As our long-time blog listeners/readers know, divorced spouses are entitled to receive benefits on their ex-spouse’s earnings if certain conditions are met. Collecting on your ex-spouse will not reduce his/her benefits, even if your ex has a new spouse...

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    The following question arrived this week: “I turned 63 in September 2018. I stopped working at the end of 2017, and do not expect to have a job going forward.  I have over 40 years of taxed SS earnings.  My...

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