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Will Social Security run out of money before you get your fair share? More importantly, what do you need to do to get your fair share and more? Most likely Social Security will be one of the largest sources of retirement income in your life. Therefore the decisions you make about claiming Social Security will have a huge impact not only now but for the rest of your life. 

Claiming mistakes are not only costly but are often irreversible. Throughout your work life you have put a significant amount of money into this system. We want to make sure you get the most out of Social Security and avoid those costly pitfalls.  

 

Friday, January 17, 2020

Some of you may have been watching our posts and thought “Oh no, I may have made a mistake when I claimed Social Security”. Is there anything you can do? Well, depends. Let’s go to the rule book. You can reverse a...

 

Friday, January 17, 2020

Very often we’re asked if there are consequences to working while you are receiving benefits. And of course the answer is “it depends”. Here are the simple rules. Once you reach Full Retirement Age you can make as...

 

Friday, January 17, 2020

“Will Social Security be there for me” is probably the number 1 question we receive, and like most government programs the answer is “it depends”. Let’s start with the current facts. According to the 2019...

 

Friday, January 17, 2020

If you were born in 1958 you'll be turning 62 in 2020. For many, reaching age 62 is exciting because it's the first age you can begin collecting Social Security retirement income benefits. That's the good news, you're now eligible for...

 

Friday, January 17, 2020

Many people treat Social Security as if it’s a social safety net program, meaning there is a life event and the government steps in to help out. Think of a natural disaster - tornado comes through town and the Federal Emergency...

 

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Tip: How Much? Check your Social Security earnings and see an estimate of your benefits on the website, www.ssa.gov. Social Security’s been a fact of retirement life ever since it was established in 1935. We all think we know how...