Computing your Social Security benefit amount
In this article appearing in The Street financial e-magazine, contributor Robert Powell answers questions about how Social Security benefits are calculated in a couple of different circumstances. In one case he corrects some bad information that was given to a younger reader who lost his spouse while in his 50’s. In another case, he explains how higher earnings from working now might replace some of the lower-earning years used to compute retirement benefits. Click here to read more.
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