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Can I collect my full amount of social security the January
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I'll turn 68 on Nov. 20, 2019, but am retiring on 31 Aug.
I'll turn 68 on Nov. 20, 2019, but am retiring on 31 Aug. 2019. What will be the difference in benefits between starting to collect on 1 September - or on 20 November? … read more
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I am currently 62 and I will be applying for social security
I am currently 62 and I will be applying for social security retirement. I was told that once I start social security my wife (age 65) can draw an amount of half of my retirement and continue to build… read more
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I will be turning 65 in October and I plan to continue to
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I'm trying to get clarification on an important point about
I'm trying to get clarification on an important point about social security benefits on behalf of my ex-wife. First the background...we were married for 23 years, divorced 20 years ago, and she is not… read more
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I would like to know if I could claim some of my husbands
I would like to know if I could claim some of my husbands social security now without it reducing the full amount either of us will draw when hit 70 years. I am 67 and retired at age 65, 2016. My husb… read more
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I was born 10/6/1951 and I am not taking my benefits yet, my
I was born 10/6/1951 and I am not taking my benefits yet, my wife was born 02/25/1951 and started to take her benefit at 66. I was told that because of my birthdate I can defer taking my benefit until… read more
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I recently applied for spousal benefits as a divorced single
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File and suspend was phased out with the 11/15 budget law.
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How do I apply for spousal social security benefits? My
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