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Myhusband plans to retire sometime in the next few months he
Myhusband plans to retire sometime in the next few months he will be 69 January 31 2020. If he chooses to retire in January but would like to take advantage of taking 6 months back would his monthly p… read more
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I am turning 70 in December 2019 and want to start taking my
I am turning 70 in December 2019 and want to start taking my social security monthly benefits. In fact, I received a letter from ssa.gov informing me that I needed to apply for benefits now. I have tr… read more
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Christopher B, Esq.
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If I am collecting 1/2 of my ex-husbands social security and
If I am collecting 1/2 of my ex-husbands social security and he has just passed away will I then be a widow entitled to all of his benefits. I was told that is the case. I was born in 1950. Will I be … read more
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I'm going to be in July. I was working full time until Dec
Hi Pearl, I'm going to be 69 in July. I was working full time until Dec 31 18. I will return to full time work in May, but at a lesser salary. I have not yet applied for SS benefits, I was planning to wait until I was 70. Since my salary will be lower, I was wondering if the best thing to do would be to take the $800 per month and have my Medicare payments deducted pretax from that income. Right now I'm paying after tax. I do itemize my expenses, but I didn't deduct those payments for 2018. Could I? … read more
Lev
Lev
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My sister is divorced. She was born in 1950 and will turn
My sister is divorced. She was born in 1950 and will turn 69 this year. I believe she could have filed for 1/2 of the highest between her social security benefit at 66 and her former husband's (his be… read more
Lev
Lev
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I am turning 70 March 3, 2019. I would like to receive the
Good Morning, I am turning 70 March 3, 2019. I would like to receive the full benefits for my age. If I apply online can I designate my start date to be April 1, 2019? … read more
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I started collecting social security payments January 2018.
I started collecting social security payments January 2018 . I continued to receive wages until June 30th 2018 (my position was eliminated in Dec 2017). Can i apply for unemployment without any impact… read more
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Christopher B, Esq.
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I am 64 in September & working full time for the state of
I am 64 in September & working full time for the state of Nevada. I realize I will be penalized if I draw ss before full retirement age of 66 & also for still working full time: At 66 I will receive $… read more
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Lane
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I am getting a divorce at 65 and my spouse is 66 and the
I am getting a divorce at 65 and my spouse is 66 and the marriage is over 20 years and what can percentage can I receive of social security benefits if I file at 65 on my ex spouse's records?… read more
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If I should die before my wife will she receive any of my SS
If I should die before my wife will she receive any of my SS benefits? … read more
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Lane
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My wife died 1 month ago at age 64-1/2. She had been
My wife died 1 month ago at age 64-1/2. She had been receiving disability form social security. I am 62-1/2 and must make a decision as to whether or not to take survivor benefits now or wait. I have … read more
Stephanie O Joy, Esq
Stephanie O Joy, Esq
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I am planing on retireing. I plan on retiring on Feb 1 I
69 I plan on retiring on Feb 1 I will be 70 and 1/2 right now I get my husbands social security and wondered if my dollar amount will increase when I retire … read more
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Lev
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Can I receive 1/2 of my spouses social security now? While
Can I receive 1/2 of my spouses social security now ? While postponing filing for my own social security until my full retirement age ? My husband is 69 and receives his s.s. already. I am 59 and my f… read more
Lane
Lane
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My husband retired at 66 (FRA) and took his Soc Sec benefit,
My husband retired at 66 (FRA) and took his Soc Sec benefit, in 2009, based on his record. I was 66 (FRA) in 2012, but elected to wait to take benefits on my record. I did not file for spousal benefit… read more
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Can I continue to work current employer but start to
Can I continue to work for my current employer but start to take social security? I will 69 in July, 2016, and average $191,000 in annual income.… read more
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Can my wife qualify to increase her social security up to an
Can my wife qualify to increase her social security up to an amount equal to 50% of my benefits?… read more
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I'm trying to decide if I should file for Social Security at
I'm trying to decide if I should file for Social Security at age 69 or wait until age 70. I have recently read an article that states as follows.' By waiting until age 70, I would receive 132% of the … read more
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Do I sustain any penalty by receiving social security benefits
Do I sustain any penalty by receiving social security benefits now and continuing to work, and while working do I and/or my employer pay into social security for my worked time?… read more
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