I realize you have a question about social security. My goal is to provide you with excellent service, and help you better understand your options.
How are you today? How much you draw, depends on how much you earn, and it's possible that you will draw more than $1,200 if you had a couple of years where your earnings were higher.
But, the change would be negligible - $100 per month at most
Your wife can draw 50% of your benefit, so if she's drawing $500 per month, she could get more off your record
The state of California cannot tap your social security benefits, but the IRS can.
Typically, the IRS will take 15% of your social security benefit - but they can take more if they deem it necessary. However, they don't typically take more unless you have other sources of income from which to pay your tax debt.
can my wife's disability help on benefits at all
No, it would not bring her any additional benefit.
Then i should file next month, or is that too early
Typically you file 60 days before you want benefits to start
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