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My husband passed away 4 years ago. He was receiving SS
My husband passed away 4 years ago. He was receiving SS payments. I don't plan to retire until I am 70, but when I turn 66, can I claim his benefits until I retire when I would draw on my own? … read more
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Lev
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I'm 68 to be in December. I need advice on whether to take
I'm 68 to be 69 in December. I need advice on whether to take my social security benefits now, wait till I'm 69 or full benefit at age 70 during this time of government instability … read more
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Lev
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I received a letter from SS outlining what I would receive
I received a letter from SS outlining what I would receive in retirement funds, when I return in 2021, at the age of 70 years old. The letter also shows that my wife will get $2,333, when she reaches … read more
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Lev
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If I start taking my social security at age 68 and continue
Second opinion] If I start taking my social security at age 68 and continue to work full time with annual salary of $56,000 My social security payment estimated at $27,000. How much income tax will I … read more
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I am approaching years of age. I am still working full time
I am approaching 69 years of age. I am still working full time and plan to continuing working for a least two more years. If If I start drawing my social security at 69, is there a reduction in benefi… read more
Alexander Efros
Alexander Efros
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I retired Nov 1st, 2018. Since then I have gone back to work
I retired Nov 1st, 2018. Since then I have gone back to work as a temp to help my office through staffing issues. Is there a limit as to the number of days or amount of dollars I can do..? … read more
Lane
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I am a widow and have not drawn on my deceased husband
I am a widow and have not drawn on my deceased husband social security, choosing to wait till I'm of full retirement age this fall when I turn 66. If I wait until I'm 70 yrs old would I receive more t… read more
emc011075
emc011075
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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
emc011075
emc011075
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Bachelor's Degree
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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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May my wife collect spousal social security benefits when
May my wife collect spousal social security benefits when she turns 66 in April even though I am still working? I am 68. … read more
Lev
Lev
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I am looking to find out what my payment would be if I
I am looking to find out what my payment would be if I retired this year at 68 or waited until 69 or 70. I am employed full time but keep thinking I am ready to start planning. Deborah Mulcahy … read more
Lev
Lev
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Bachelor's Degree Equivalent
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I am eligible for full Social Security widow's/survivor
I am eligible for full Social Security widow's/survivor benefits when I turn 66 in early 2019. Due to recent health issues, I will probably also be on my company's Long Term Disability plan. How will … read more
Lev
Lev
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I'm turning 62 next month and I make a six-figure salary at
I'm turning 62 next month and I make a six-figure salary at a job I love and plan to continue for at least another 10 years. I am married and we have twins that are eight years old. I just read that t… read more
Lev
Lev
Retired
Bachelor's Degree Equivalent
36,208 satisfied customers
I am 68 and retiring next year at. I did not know that my
I am 68 and retiring next year at 69. I did not know that my wife who is 68 and turning 69 the end of January could have started collecting her full social security at 66 until I retire next year and … read more
Barbara
Barbara
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I am currently collecting $1,365 in social security
I am currently collecting $1,365 in social security benefits. I am 69 years old and have been a widow since December 18, 2010. I am currently employed as a substitute teacher and make approximately $8… read more
emc011075
emc011075
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Bachelor's Degree
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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
Christopher B, Esq.
Christopher B, Esq.
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My wife began to take her social security at age 62 - $1,082.
My wife began to take her social security at age 62 - $1,082. She died recently at age 64. Social Security has started sending me her benefits of $1,082. I am 66 years old and I have not taken my soci… read more
Lev
Lev
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Bachelor's Degree Equivalent
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I started taking my Social Security benefit at my full retirement
I started taking my Social Security benefit at my full retirement age of 66. I am now 69. My same-sex husband (we were married in the District of Columbia three-years ago), will be 66 in October. He p… read more
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