Author: Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller on June 8, 2022
The boost in benefits is likely to be even larger than it was for 2022.
Jeff Miller on November 18, 2021
Knowing when to retire and when to begin claiming benefits comes down to understanding yourself — and your finances.
Jeff Miller on September 23, 2021
Two factors determine how much money is coming to you.
Is your Social Security benefit about to see one of its biggest boosts in 30 years?
Recent inflation figures were ugly. Here’s what they hint about the next Social Security benefits adjustment.
Jeff Miller on April 1, 2021
Knowing when to claim can help you maximize benefits.
Jeff Miller on March 4, 2021
Waiting until age 70 to claim your benefit is often wise, but not always.
Jeff Miller on February 11, 2021
Some educated guesses can help you zero in on the right strategy.
Jeff Miller on February 4, 2021
A Social Security representative says you cannot boost benefits after age 70. But is that true?
Jeff Miller on January 21, 2021
Planning to retire early, or simply wondering about future spousal benefits? Here’s why you need to register for this account today.
Jeff Miller on January 7, 2021
A widow was told her benefit will not include a COLA. She wonders why.
Jeff Miller on December 10, 2020
Using the right strategy depends on fully understanding of how “spousal benefits” work.
Jeff Miller on November 26, 2020
The rules are complicated when it comes to eligibility for survivors benefits.
Jeff Miller on October 1, 2020
The government’s poor choice of words might cost you a lot of money. Here’s a suggestion for fixing that.
Jeff Miller on September 17, 2020
The federal government recently released a key statistic that gives clear insight into what next year’s COLA will be.
Jeff Miller on September 10, 2020
Recent events have put the future of Social Security in doubt. What do the changes mean for you?
Jeff Miller on June 18, 2020
Life expectancy determines optimal claiming strategy.
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