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A Money Morning Exclusive: January 16, 2016 By May 1, 2016,

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A Money Morning Exclusive
For Release: January 16, 2016
By May 1, 2016, Congress will officially end a series of Social Security's most lucrative benefits.
This will cause an estimated $11.41 billion to effectively disappear.
It is a historic amount of money.
Currently, as many as 21.3 million Americans could be eligible for large payouts from these benefits.
And if you are one of them, your time is quickly running out to step forward and claim what is rightfully yours.
Here's what you need to know.
This New Law Mandates That the
Social Security Administration Ban:
•A provision that could allow you to collect a one-time, lump-sum check from Social Security for as much as $124,174.
•A "restricted application" that can boost your income by $63,648.
Where do I go to see if I qualify for either one of these options>
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  Stephanie O Joy, Esq replied 10 months ago.

Hi Ed, which benefit are you concerned with?

Expert:  Stephanie O Joy, Esq replied 10 months ago.

May be it would be better this way?

How old are you?

Are you currently collecting retirement? If so, starting at what age

Are you married? If so is she collecting retirement? If so, starting at what age?