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Hi- I'm 66 yo and not collecting social security at this time, but my husband is. Am I entitled to get half of his social security now- where by he continues to get his full monthly social security payment?

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You may apply for spousal benefits and receive up to 50% of your spouses benefits without affecting the amount of benefits he is currently receiving. To receive these benefits you must apply through the Social Security Administration.

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