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My wife is 67, has never worked do to an accident 28 years

My wife is 67, has never worked do to an accident 28 years ago. I am 63 and am waiting until i am 66 to get my full social security. Is my wife eligible now to receive social security benefits, though I am still working? Also, if she can, will affect my social security when I start?

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I married in 1973 and divorced in 2002. My ex wife

I married in 1973 and divorced in 2002. My ex wife re-married. after ten years she divorced her second husband. she has very little work history. I plan to begin receiving benefits in January 2017 at age 62. My ex wife will turn 62 in January. Can she receive benefits based on my income? Will it affect the amount of my benefit?

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I took a cut in my social security payment in 2010. I had

I took a cut in my social security payment in 2010. I had to. I am 67 years old now, is it feasible for me to get my full social security payment amount now?

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I receive retirement benefits. I have an 18 year old who was

I receive retirement benefits. I have an 18 year old who was enrolled in high school who is receiving dependent child benefits. She has chosen not to finish high school. She is capable of working because she held 2 volunteer jobs with no complaints from management. Can she still collect or does she need to inform social security that she has quit school?

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Please advise when a social security income is adjusted if a

Please advise when a social security income is adjusted if a person receives a social security pension but still works

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I am a widower who is receiving Social security disability

I am a widower who is receiving Social security disability widow benefits from my late husband.I have three US citizen childrenWe live in the philippines.I need to know if I remarry (my husband has been gone for 6 years) will I still receive my widows benefit?I need to know the age in which My children will stop receiving their benefit?As each child ages out, will the amount I receive a month go down or does it stay the same until my youngest turns 18?Thank you

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I am going to need retina surgery soon, will Medicare part

I am going to need retina surgery soon, will Medicare part b cover it?JA: These retirement benefits are supposed to help us but they can be so complicated! The Retirement Expert will help you get the most benefits propertly. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: I've been receiving SS about 10 years now, have Medicare part A only, I want to know if part B would cover eye surgery, and if so how much weillit cost me? Steven Murray###-##-####JA: Is there anything else the Retirement Accountant should be aware of?Customer: I also have cataracts, but retina and cataract specialists agree I will need the retina surgery first. Only other significant health issue is thyroid, taking meds for that.

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Upon reaching full retirement age, how should one social

Upon reaching full retirement age, how should one social security be taxed if you continue to work ?

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I am working full time, but I can still draw around six

I am working full time, but I can still draw around six months of my husbands social security, (he is deceased). I estimated that I would earn $33,000 this year. I have some IRA funds, if I drew some of them would this count toward my income of $33.000?JA: The Retirement Accountant will know how to help. Is there anything else important you think the Retirement Accountant should know?Customer: No, I just need to know if I would have to include this in the $33,000.

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