3 Social Security Must-Knows After Getting Divorced
Christy Bieber notes that married couples have lots of different strategies to increase their Social Security benefits. But divorce does not necessarily eliminate all options. Bieber goes into detail on three key things to know: 1. You may still be eligible to claim spousal and survivor benefits; 2. You can’t file spousal benefits and delay your own claim; 3. You don’t have to wait for your ex to retire before claiming spousal benefits. Read her full piece in The Kenosha news here.
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