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Can a widow[divorced husband ] continue her own SSN benefits

Can a widow[divorced husband ] continue her own SSN benefits and her past husbanddeceased benefits as allowed in SSN to her?

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If I am working full-time, am at full retirement age of 66

If I am working full-time, am at full retirement age of 66 and start drawing my social security benefits, does my employer continue to withdraw social security from my paycheck?

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I am 65 and have collected SS since I turned 62. My husband

I am 65 and have collected SS since I turned 62. My husband turns 66 (full retirement age) on 2/15/17 and would like to retire. Will I be able to collect off of him when he retires? Since I never had a high paying job my benefit is a very sad amount, and it would increase by more then double if I can collect off of his.

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Social security question. Cannot seem to get an accurate

Social security question. Cannot seem to get an accurate answer. I am 63 years old. My full benefit at age 66(full retirement) would be $2600 per month. I have 2 minor children. If I retire now, by monthly benefit will be $2000 per month. Can you tell me how much in benefits each of my children would also receive if I retire now.? Secondly, when my oldest reaches 18 and no longer qualifies, would my benefit for my youngest increase? There is no spouse involved.

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Does the law still allow one spouse, upon reaching FRA, to

Does the law still allow one spouse, upon reaching FRA, to start drawing on her spouse'sspousal benefits without being deemed to have applied for her own benefits? In other words, can she draw spousal benefits and still have her benefits continue to increase?

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My husband died 10 days short of s 70th birthday. He hadn't

My husband died 10 days short of his 70th birthday. He hadn't taken out his social security yet. I had been taking 1/2 of his amount in place of my own. Do I qualify to take out any of the money he never was able to?

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I am 71 years old, but still employed as an Adjunct

I am 71 years old, but still employed as an Adjunct Professor at The State University of New York. I have no immediate plans to retire but have been told that I can still receive benefits without jeopardizing my job. Is this true, and how do I implement this?

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My Wife passed last month age 59, my daughter has ssi she

my Wife passed last month age 59,my daughter has ssi she has cystic fibroses she is 37is she eligible for additional benefits from my wifeand if I pass is she eligible for mine,?

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I am 72 years old. I am still working and have insurance

I am 72 years old. I am still working and have insurance through my job. I have medicare part A. I'm thinking of retiring. What do I need to do to get medicare part B? and any other medicare or medicade that I should have? I collect Social Security and a small Disabled veterans check. Can this be done on line?Jack Vitello

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