How to get the $4,555 Max Monthly Social Security Benefit
The maximum Social Security benefit of $54,660 annually ($4,555/month) is not easy to obtain. Kailey Hagen notes only an elite few are able to pull off getting it. Three steps are required: 1.) work 35 or more years; 2.) earn at or above the maximum wage base for every one of those years (it’s $160,200 for 2023); wait until age 70 to claim benefits. These are still sound tips, however, to maximize your own checks, even if one never gets close to the absolute max. Read more here.
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