Tag: Social Security Q&A
Russell Settle on December 23, 2021
The rules for survivor’s benefits can be confusing.
Jeff Miller on November 18, 2021
Knowing when to retire and when to begin claiming benefits comes down to understanding yourself — and your finances.
Russell Settle on October 21, 2021
Different rules for claiming apply, depending on the year you were born.
Jeff Miller on September 23, 2021
Two factors determine how much money is coming to you.
Russell Settle on August 19, 2021
Making the wrong decision can prove costly.
Russell Settle on July 29, 2021
A reader wonders if the Social Security earnings test will help or hurt her benefits payment.
Russell Settle on June 10, 2021
There are different answers to this important question.
Recent inflation figures were ugly. Here’s what they hint about the next Social Security benefits adjustment.
Russell Settle on May 13, 2021
A woman hopes to squeeze the most out of her spousal benefit.
Russell Settle on May 6, 2021
Other factors can impact the claiming decision.
Jeff Miller on April 1, 2021
Knowing when to claim can help you maximize benefits.
Russell Settle on March 11, 2021
Can a woman who has never worked get the maximum spousal benefit if her husband files for benefits before his full retirement age?
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.
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