I'm but my husband just turned 62. Can my husband draw from
I'm 69 but my husband just turned 62. Can my husband draw from my SS? I thought the law changed at the beginning of this year.JA: The Retirement Accountant will know how to help. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: My husband and I were told that when my husband was 62 before Match of this year that since he was making to much money he couldn't collect SS. I applied for spousal on his SS but they said I couldn't because he wasn't 66.JA: Is there anything else the Retirement Accountant should be aware of?Customer: Next they Suspended his SS not stopped it. They say I can't get anything from his. Now it is to late for him to get any of mine. Was he able to draw from mine even though mine is small?
I retired from job June 1, 2015. I started receiving my
Hi: My name is***** retired from job June 1, 2015. I started receiving my social security check in August, 2015. My mom passed away in August 1, 2015. She was 93 years old. We share apartment. She was receiving her social security benefits. I am handicap. I have Cerebral Palsy. I want to know if I can receive my mom social security payment along with my being that I have a disability to handle the cost of living on my own?
I am 64 and collect ssdi. I also work part time. I am not
I am 64 and collect ssdi. I also work part time. I am not able to work over 20 hours per week or my disability benefits will be terminated. I feel I should wait until i am 65 and then try to collect retirement benefits and still work especially since the minimum wage rate is going up and I will hardly be able to work 10 hours a week. I should explain that I was an engineer and because of tremors I could not handle stress any more and now work for the Salvation Army under much less stress - but the SSA is calling the work "substantial gainful employment."
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My daughter just turn 18 and received a full SSI payment the
My daughter just turn 18 and received a full SSI payment the first month, now they want to lower her payment because I provide food and shelter. I believe she should get her full benefits, they are still taking my income under consideration.......I want to appeal......your advice would be greatly appreciated....
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I am 62, and I am considering to file Benefits. My monthly
Hello - I am 62, and I am considering to file for SSA Benefits. My monthly benefit is >50% of my Spouse's monthly benefit. Under currrent law, when I turn 65, can I still claim 50% of my Spouse's benefit, eventhough he will not have started collecting SSA benefits?
I have recently (2 years ago) relocated from Pennsylvania to
I have recently (2 years ago) relocated from Pennsylvania to California where the costs of living are higher. I am 67 1/2 years old and my husband is deceased. I receive SS benefits based on his earnings which were higher than mine. Am I also eligible to apply for SS based on my own earnings in addition to what I receive now? Do benefits amounts differ based on state of residency? Thank you.Ann Marie