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Megan C
Megan C, Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
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Bettie, with the new law. My question is I will be 65 this

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Bettie Brown, with the new law for SS. My question is I will be 65 this year started taking SS at 62. My spouse is 60 this year. Could I withdraw his benefits now to have more money and our pockets, and when he becomes of age can he correct my benefits.
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Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  Megan C replied 11 months ago.

Thank you for your question --

As you drew your benefit before full retirement age, you would be unable to change the nature of your benefit. If you draw prior to your full retirement age, social security automatically pays you the largest benefit available to you - either 32.5% of his benefit, or 75% of your full retirement age benefit.

In your situation, I am so sorry but there is nothing you can do to get more monthly benefits.

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