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    Child-In-Care Spousal Benefits: Can I Still Work?

    A reader from Florida would like to know if she can still work if she


    Ten-Year Divorce Benefit: What If I Barely Fall Short?

    A listener would like to know if her boyfriend's mom can file for the 10-year


    Divorced Spousal Benefit: What If My Ex Hasn't Claimed Benefits?

    A reader asks about her Social Security divorced spousal benefit if her ex-spouse has not


    What if Social Security Made an Error?

    A reader would like advice on what to do if Social Security has made an


    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


    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


    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


    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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    In last week’s blog post, we discussed the

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    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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