What’s good for you may not be good for your spouse - The Motley Fool

About 40 percent of older Americans rely solely on Social Security income during retirement. So, there is a good chance either you or your spouse will fall into this category. That is why it is so important to focus on the ways to get the most money out of Social Security. Deciding when to claim Social Security will affect your surviving spouse. How? Maurie Backman explains why claiming Social Security early might be the best thing for you, but that does not mean it is the best for your spouse. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

The AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory Service stands ready to help. This free-to-the-public service is offered by the non-profit AMAC Foundation, and can be accessed either by telephone or email. Learn more about it here…

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