A quick overview of benefits that women, in particular, should not overlook - GoBankingRates
Social Security is neutral concerning gender – individuals with identical earnings histories are treated the same in terms of benefits. However, generally speaking, women receive lower pension benefits due to their relatively lower earnings, and a higher share of part-time workers are women (64 percent). Women represent 55.3 percent of all Social Security beneficiaries age 62 and older and approximately 63.9 percent of beneficiaries age 85 and older. Women need to be aware of how to maximize their Social Security benefits. John Csiszar’s article for GOBankingRates provides a quick overview of benefits that women, in particular, should not overlook when it comes to Social Security. Read Mr. Csiszar’s article here…
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