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Social Security Benefits From Your Ex

“I don’t think it is right for longtime divorcées to receive the windfall of a widow’s benefit,” writes a reader. “Social Security could save some money there.” She’s referring to your right to tap into your ex-spouse’s survivor’s benefit if you were married at least 10 years, no matter how long you had been divorced or if the deceased ex had remarried. Like a widow or widower, an ex can receive the deceased spouse’s benefits as early as age 60, though they will be reduced because it’s not full retirement age…Read More


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