Social Security Benefits Abroad

Travel is becoming a bigger part of retired Baby Boomers’ lives. International travel and living in particular is a huge draw to those more adventurous. Many don’t realize that they can still receive their Social Security benefits without actually living in the United States. Even for periods of prolonged travel you can receive your benefits. As long as you are eligible for benefits you may receive the money you are entitled to. There is, however, a little more paper work that must go in to this option. For more information on this topic visit this article by Doug Walker with Social Security Matters.


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