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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

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    Child-in-Care Spousal Benefits

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

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    Can You Minimize the Impact of GPO?

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

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    Transitioning from Disability to Full Retirement Age

    This week we have a question from someone curious about the timing of the transition

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    Should I File Retroactively?

    Many people wonder, "Should I file retroactively for Social Security Benefits?". The question this week

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    Many people believe once they reach the age of 65 and are eligible for Medicare,...

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    Simply put, you can claim your Social Security retirement benefit any time after you turn...

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    In last week’s blog post, we discussed the

    Little known to most people, a number of American workers don’t pay into the Social...

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    When it comes to Social Security, your Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) is the most important...

    Social Security, for all its faults ─ and there are many ─ remains one of...

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    One of the many positives about Social Security is the annual Cost of Living Adjustments...

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