Don’t miss out on what many think had gone away forever

Social Security filing strategies have changed over the years and one of the most popular strategies, file-and-suspend, is one of them. However, this option is still available for those who qualified under the grandfathering provisions when the law was changed in 2016.  So, what can you still do?  In Dan Caplinger’s article appearing on Motley Fool’s website (, he writes that you can still suspend your Social Security benefits, and there are a few situations in which doing so can make a lot of sense. Read his article here…

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