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I turn 65 in April, but I don't plan on retiring until I
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I am planning to retire at the end of 2021. I turn 65 this
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I have the option to retire in three years. I may not
I have the option to retire in three years. I may not retire. Do I have to sign up for SS though I will not be retiring? Can I still work and draw SS? Or is there a waiting period? … read more
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I am turning 65 in July. I will remain working for at least
I am turning 65 in July. I will remain working for at least another year. Must I apply eventhough I do not want the benefits to start at age 65? … read more
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I am tryiing to figure out if my wife who is 65 (I turn 65 in November) should take her ss benefit now? … read more
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I will be 66 in July of next year and currently still
I will be 66 in July of next year and currently still working full-time. I plan to start working part - time July 2020 when I turn 66. I will be going on my husband's benefits ( he's 8 years younger s… read more
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I am turing 64 next month and will be continuing to work for Carrier Corporation until age 70 or 71 to get my home paid off before I retire. This means I will have corporate health coverage after I am… read more
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Turned 65 july 2018 still working till 66 did not relize hd
turned 65 july 2018 still working till 66 did not relize hd to sign up for medicare what to do … read more
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Morning. unfortunately, I am turning 65 next week and I
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My wife turns 65 this month. I am 65 now and turn 66 in
My wife turns 65 this month. I am 65 now and turn 66 in November. Can I file and collect 1/2 of her FRA and let my account continue to grow ? … read more
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My wife turns 65 this month. I am 65 now and turn 66 in
Second opinion] My wife turns 65 this month. I am 65 now and turn 66 in November. Can I file and collect 1/2 of her FRA and let my account continue to grow ? … read more
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I turn 65 next month. I need to sign up for medicare. Since
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My wife began collecting social security prior to her 65th
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