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    Separated but Filing for Divorce at the End of the 10-Year Mark

    A reader asks about the Social Security rule of reaching your marital 10-year mark for

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    How Remarriage Might Affect Social Security Benefits

    A reader wonders how remarriage might affect his Social Security benefits. “I'm considering getting married. I'm

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    The 10-Year Rule: Months Literally or Calendar Years?

    Jim and Chris are asked to address the topic of the 10-year rule for spousal

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    Can I Make Roth Contributions After Retirement?

    A podcast listener asks some questions slightly off-topic from Social Security today:  what qualifies as

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    Filing Retroactively

    A Texan couple looks for some clarification on their Social Security options and filing retroactively. “I

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    If Social Security Projects a Reduced Payout in 2035, Should I Claim Early?

    If Social Security projects a reduced payout in 2035 (possibly reducing it to 75%), should

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    Should I Appeal a Skipped Benefit Check?

    This week we have a Social Security question regarding whether to appeal a skipped benefit

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    Claiming Spousal Benefits

    This week, we have a question from a husband wanting to know about claiming spousal

    A reader asks about the Social Security rule of reaching your marital 10-year mark for...

    A reader wonders how remarriage might affect his Social Security benefits. “I'm considering getting married. I'm...

    Jim and Chris are asked to address the topic of the 10-year rule for spousal...

    A podcast listener asks some questions slightly off-topic from Social Security today:  what qualifies as...

    A Texan couple looks for some clarification on their Social Security options and filing retroactively. “I...

    If Social Security projects a reduced payout in 2035 (possibly reducing it to 75%), should...

    This week we have a Social Security question regarding whether to appeal a skipped benefit...

    This week, we have a question from a husband wanting to know about claiming spousal...

    This week we are catching up on interesting unanswered questions from the past: here is...

    The question this week is from someone asking how to minimize the impact of GPO...

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