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As you have been married for over 10 years, you will qualilfy for a divorced spouse benefit provided that you do not remarry
Your benefit will be equal to 1/2 of your ex's benefit
So, you would have to ask your husband what his projected benefit will be at full retirement age, and you will get 1/2 of that.
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My will-be x-husband is 60 years old now. When is his full retirement age considered since many people work over age 65 due to the type of his profession?
Once he is 66 you will be eligible to draw his benefits, regardless of whether or not he is actually taking his benefit
That would be a very helpful financial resource to me. Thank you. That also applies to me even if he still continues to work after 66?
Yes, that still applies to you even if he's still working at age 66
Just wanted to make sure.
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