Answers to some of your questions on Social Security - The New York Times

Social Security is complex with all its rules, but it is essential to understand at least the basics of the program. Such as, what is your full retirement age, claiming your benefit early results in a permanent reduction, delay claiming your benefits until 70 will permanently increase them, spousal benefits and survivor benefits. Susan B. Garland revealed in a recent article published in The New York Times how women can make the most of Social Security generated many reader questions. In today’s article, Ms. Garland addresses the most asked questions from her readers. Read Ms. Garland’s article here…

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