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Spousal Benefits, Impact of a One-Time Bump in Income, and Paying Self-Employment Tax–Some Thoughts

Laurence Kotlikoff, Boston University economist and Founder and President of Economic Security Planning, offers explanations on three separate topics integral to Social Security in this post on Question no. 1 addresses the calculation of spousal benefits, while no. 2 deals with the impact of a one-time bump in income on benefits. No. 3 addresses the question of how to Social Security taxes are handled for self-employment. Check Kotlikoff’s comments out here…

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