Boost Your Social Security Benefits for Life
Articles abound on how to get the most of and how to maximize Social Security. Mauire Backman says extend your career, meaning it’s important to have a full 35 years of earnings history, as that is how one’s benefit is determined. Anything less than 35 gets a zero as a replacement. Second, fight for raises in those key years, Backman says, as the highest 35 count. Lastly, wait to file until age 70, as that is when everyone is entitled to collect the absolute maximum monthly benefit for the rest of his/her life. Read the full piece here.
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