3 Social Security Moves to Make if You’re Married
Katie Brockman notes that married people may be entitled to more Social Security income than they think. First, she says people need to find out if they are entitled to spousal benefits. Second, they need a claiming strategy, such as which spouse takes benefits when based on income and age. Third, they must consider how survivors benefits will affect their plan. Full article here.
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