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    Military Earnings Credit

    This week, a question from a retired U.S. Marine who wants clarification on a Social


    Filing for Social Security Benefits Retroactively

    I recently received a question about filing retroactively for Social Security benefits: Am I eligible for


    2019 COLA Changes

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


    Benefits Repayment After Withdrawing Your Application

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


    Beware of Retroactive Benefits

    A little issue has come to our attention with regard to the way Social Security


    Switching Social Security Disability Benefits to Retirement Benefits

    The following multi-part question came in recently: “I am on SS disability benefits now.  Next year


    Question on Retroactive Benefits

    The following question came in from a blog reader: “I am confused by Social Security retroactive


    Social Security Benefit Estimate Assumptions

    The benefit estimate generated by the Social Security Administration can be confusing for many people,

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

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    A little issue has come to our attention with regard to the way Social Security...

    Most people can first claim their Social Security retirement benefit at age 62, which is...

    Social Security was originally designed to replace a portion of your income after you retire. ...

    This week a reader who is eligible for both a Survivor benefit as well as...

    A blog reader recently asked us if their military pension earned from active duty in...

    Sometimes Social Security benefits are paid in one lump sum, with two examples being

    We had someone write in recently asking us to confirm her plan for filing benefits. ...

    We have often talked on this blog and our radio show about going to Social...

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