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I retired when I was 62 and waited (I think) until 65 to
I retired when I was 62 and waited (I think) until 65 to collect social security; now I'm in my late 70's are read that there is a way for me to repay everything I'd been paid and then get paid at a r… read more
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My husband turns 70 on December the 6th. we were told he
My husband turns 70 on December the 6th. we were told he needs to get his social security now cause it will not increase after 70. He is not retiring so I wasn't sure if this applied to us. They also … read more
Lev
Lev
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I am 65, will be 66 in mid-October. I am registered with
I am 65, will be 66 in mid-October. I am registered with Social Security and am in the process of retiring from my Federal job. I just want to make sure that everything is in place for me to begin receiving benefits. I am divorced; was married for 17 years and my ex-husband is now retired. As I understand it, I can receive 1/2 the amount he is calculated to receive (npt his benefit, of course), until I am 70 years old, and I would like to find out what that amount would be, for planning purposes (I believe it would be in the neighborhood of $900-$1000/month). Can you explain what I need to do to find out about this and to set up receiving my Social Security benefit on that basis when I turn 66? … read more
Lev
Lev
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I am69 and receive a pension. I have not started to collect
I am69 and receive a pension. I have not started to collect ss but would like to know if I start now, how much would I receive ? If I wait to 70, what would the difference be? … read more
Lev
Lev
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Bachelor's Degree Equivalent
41,567 satisfied customers
Husband is 65, wife is 65. Both worked. Husband does not
Husband is 65, wife is 65. Both worked. Husband does not want to collection now. Wife wants to collect now. What amounts can be collected now. … read more
Lev
Lev
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Bachelor's Degree Equivalent
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What would the difference be in my social security payment
What would the difference be in my social security payment if I want till I'm 70 to begin drawing it? I'm currently still working and very healthy. … read more
Lev
Lev
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How can a retired public school teacher get the Windfall
Second opinion] How can a retired public school teacher get the Windfall Penalty in Social Security waived ?… read more
Lev
Lev
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My husband starting taking Social Security at age 65. I am
My husband starting taking Social Security at age 65. I am taking Spousal Social Security. … read more
emc011075
emc011075
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Bachelor's Degree
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I'm a 49 year old state government worker who will leave
I'm a 49 year old state government worker who will leave government service at the end of the year and take employment in the private sector. My current salary is $35,000. what can I expect to receive… read more
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NelsonProTax
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I am 73 yrs. old. I worked until I was 65. i. I had 26 years
I had 26 years of credit with the Social Security Administration. I worked with the Drug and Alcohol Commission for 31 years in SC. I was not given the option to pay in to Social Security because the Commission gave me 13% of my pay through a private insurance Company New York Life.I paid 360 dollars of my pay and my employer paid 140 dollars for a total of 500 for twelve years as an annuity. I was told by New York Life that this money would give me 500 extra dollars per month in addition to my social security, I drew Social Security/ 907 dollars per month starting at 65. at 70 and 1/2 New York Life said I had to start drawing this annuity and quit work completely since I was working part time. Social Security informed me that this was a government pension and that since I lived in SC that i could not draw both after protesting , Social Security said I could draw a check of 488 from my husband which is a substational reduction from 907 dollars, thus I am being penalized for putting extra money for living expenses because I live in a state that recognizes this annuity as a government pension. Please advise. … read more
Lev
Lev
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I retired from the postal service. I applied for ss benefits
I retired from the postal service. I applied for ss benefits I have all the credits needed, but they told me since I had retired from the postal service that I couldn't double dip. I would like to kno… read more
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Matthew Breecher
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Can I collect delayed retirement credits if I collect at FRA
Can I collect delayed retirement credits if I collect at FRA and still work till 70? … read more
Matthew Breecher
Matthew Breecher
President
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I am 68 years old ( in March) and still working full time.
I am 68 years old (69 in March) and still working full time. Can I also collect social security? Are there advantages to waiting longer to collect it. I plan to work for another year or two. Thank you… read more
Lane
Lane
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Doctoral Degree
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I am in a job that is getting reduced by 25% in 2013. I will
I am in a job that is getting reduced by 25% in 2013. I will be 63 in October. It is my intention to continue working until I am at least 70. Someone told me that I can start drawing on Social securit… read more
retirementlawyer
retirementlawyer
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Doctoral Degree
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I was widowed on June 17, 2010 and am drawing on my own
I was widowed on June 17, 2010 and am drawing on my own Social Security, and only $380 from my deceased husband's Social Security benefits.(Total $1150.) When I retired at age 65 in 1999, my Soc. Sec.… read more
retirementlawyer
retirementlawyer
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Doctoral Degree
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what is the difference between a work pension and social security
what is the difference between a work pension and social security pension. i withdrew my pension from a previous employer, will that affect my social security retirement benefits.… read more
PhillipsEsq.
PhillipsEsq.
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I heard that if you do not apply for SS benefits at age 66
I heard that if you do not apply for SS benefits at age 66 (for a person born in 1945) that you must wait until you are 70 to apply. In other words, you if you take advantage of the delayed retirement… read more
retirementlawyer
retirementlawyer
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Doctoral Degree
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I am looking at taking social security at 65. My full retirement
I am looking at taking social security at 65. My full retirement age is 66. I will have small pensions from two of the compnies I worked for. At age 65, will the pensions reduce my social security ben… read more
Stephanie O Joy, Esq
Stephanie O Joy, Esq
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Doctoral Degree
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