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    Spousal Child in Care Benefits

    We recently received this excellent question regarding spousal child in care benefits, so I want

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    Grace Year and the Earnings Test

    We received the following question about the Social Security earnings test from a reader this

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    Better Customer Service

    We have people contact us regularly who have had struggles dealing with customer service issues

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    Happy Easter!

    Thanks for checking in. Nothing much happened with Social Security this week and we've got

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    Retirement Accounts and the Earnings Test

    We received an email this week with a question about how the earnings test is

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    Spring Break!

    We're taking the week off to spend some time with family over spring break. Hope

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    Escalating a Social Security Issue

    This week we received the following question about how to escalate a Social Security customer

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    Withdrawing Your Social Security Application

    In the past we have mentioned how important it is to fully consider all the

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    We recently received this excellent question regarding spousal child in care benefits, so I want to share it with all of you. “My husband filed for SS at 62. He did not work much and his benefit is just under...

    Earnings test
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    We received the following question about the Social Security earnings test from a reader this week… “I am turning 62 in May and have applied for Social Security to begin in July. As I am young and healthy, I intend...

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    We have people contact us regularly who have had struggles dealing with customer service issues at the Social Security Administration.  When responding we have always empathized with them and reminded everyone that for the past couple decades the number...

    Easter
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    Thanks for checking in. Nothing much happened with Social Security this week and we've got some family plans for the Easter holiday, so... we'll be back next week with something new for you.

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