Top 5 Social Security Questions of the Year
People will likely always have questions on Social Security, as the program is complex and has a myriad of rules and regulations. Some seniors rely on benefits for at least 90% of their income.
The questions below come from Money Talks News readers in this piece. Answers come from Russ Settle and Jeff Miller, economists and founding partners of Social Security Choices. To read the answer to any of the most popular Social Security questions of 2020, just click on the link for each. Full article here.
- “Can a Divorced Widow Claim Her First Husband’s Social Security Benefits?“
- “If My Spouse Dies, Can I Get Her Social Security?“
- “Will I Get My Ex-Husband’s Social Security When He Dies?“
- “Am I Eligible for My Mother’s Social Security Benefit?“
- “Why Is My Pension Killing My Social Security Benefit?“
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