I'm Doug, and I'm sorry to hear of the confusion. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
Because you husband is over age 66 and has already filed and suspended, even under the new social security laws that means that as of age 66 you may apply for a "restricted" spouse benefit (taking only a spouse benefit and not your own) and receive the full 50% of his full retirement age benefit, even though he is not yet receiving his own benefit. Your own retirement benefit would continue to grow at 8% per year to age 60 while you receive thee spouse benefit.
And, while you could take your own benefit before age 66, doing so would result in an early retirement penalty (though at age 65 it wouldn't be that much)----but that penalty would carry over to any spouse benefit that you might apply for in the future and is not the way you probably want to go. Because taking your own benefit before age 66 would decrease the amount of spouse benefit that you would be eligible for at age 66.
So to maximize your retirement benefit, you will want to wait to age 66 to apply for your restricted spouse benefit at which time you will receive 50% of his full retirement benefit, and your own retirement benefit based on your earnings will continue to grow at 8% per year until age 70.
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