I'm Doug, and I'm sorry to hear of the confusion. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
If your wife will be 66 the end of the year that means that she will still have the right to file a restricted benefit, receive a spouse benefit based on your social security record and allow her own benefit to grow by 8% a year to age 70.
If you were not yet taking your benefit, all you would need to do to at this point is to "file and suspend" your benefit BEFORE April 30, 2016, and then when your wife reached 66, she could immediately for the restricted spouse benefit.
However, as you say you are already taking your social security benefit, there is no reason for you to suspend. In fact suspending at this time would stop your benefits.
Your wife will be fully able to file a restricted application for a spouse benefit at 66 and allow her own retirement benefit to continue to grow at 8% per year until she reaches age 70. And at age 66, if she is still working, there will be no penalty for the income that she earns. The penalty only applies to people taking a social security benefit before they reach full retirement age (66).
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