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Morel My husband died last Dec at the age of 59. I will turn

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Customer: ***** ***** Morel My husband died last Dec at the age of 59. I will turn 60 next july 2016 and was looking to draw his SS. Can I still do that with the new laws and is that someone I can hire to do all my SS filing so I don't miss any advantage in the TN area
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Social Security
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
you still with me?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
hello?
Expert:  retirementlawyer replied 1 year ago.

You would be able to start at age 60 and switch to your own benefits starting at age 70, at age 70 you would receive a higher benefit based upon your work record, if you had enough individual work credits, if you never worked, taking benefits as early as age 60 would reduce them significantly 30% or more, the closer you take them to age 66 the less the penalty

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I would like to find someone I can sit down with to discuss several things do you know anyone in Nashville TN
Expert:  retirementlawyer replied 1 year ago.

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Expert:  retirementlawyer replied 1 year ago.

no, however, it may be best to make an appointment with your local social security office, they will go over in detail your social security details.

Expert:  retirementlawyer replied 1 year ago.

you can go to this link and find your local office, if you provide your zipcode, I can get you your local office as well.