I realize you have a question about social security. My goal is to help you better understand your options.
We are not affiliated with social security, so I can't give you a dollar total that you will receive at full retirement age.
However, I can tell you that you will receive your full retirement benefit, if your first month of benefits is when you are 66 years old.
You will NOT be given the amount you would have drawn at age 62
You will be given the full amount, because effectively you have not taken benefits
The ss office had me send in a request for withdrawal of application, but
said It probably would not helpm
Well effectively you did not have benefits for those years (age 62-66) correct?
Then you will receive your full benefit at age 66. I don't see the problem
I just believe that they have looked at my income and have decided I don't need the money. In fact one of their agents told me that.
Well your income has nothing to do with your social security benefit
And if one of the agents told you that, I would have gotten their name and reported them to a supervisor
that what I told her. I do have her name. I need to know what the real amount
will be in time to request a hearing if I need to, but no one will tell me that.
I'm sorry, I can't give you a dollar amount either - but I can say that if you did not receive benefits from age 62 forward, you will get your full amount
Can you tell me what office or who I can contact to get this answer?
You could go up to your local social security office, or call the national hotline at 1-800-772-1213
You're welcome. I'm sorry I don't have a more definitive answer...but, we don't have access to your personal information
Do you have any further questions today?
Not right now.
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