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A Sometimes-Overlooked Social Security Benefit for Divorcees

A divorced person over age 62 has an option to receive Social Security benefits on the work record of a former spouse, assuming certain tests can be met (for example, the marriage must have lasted ten years or longer). Also, 50% of the amount of the benefit from an ex-spouses record would need to be greater than the divorced spouses own benefit to be worthwhile. Liisa Ogburn of www.wral.com provides additional and helpful information in a post on the station’s website. Check it out here…

 

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