With the election in full swing now, regardless of any political antics and personal attacks, what remains beneath the drama the media is reporting are the big issues facing our country. One of the biggest issue is Social Security and what is to become of it. And that is a very big issue, indeed, since it affects us all.
What are the rules to qualify for spousal benefits when you have been divorced? If you do file for spousal benefits, does social security notify your ex-spouse that you have filed? Listen to the discussion
How often do you recommend people delaying taking social security from age 66 until you reach 70. We do recommend it frequently but it depends on your personal circumstances. Find out why. Listen to Social Security – Should You Delay Taking Benefits? What if you are planning to work until 70, should you take social security when you are eligible at 62? If you are in your early 60s and plan to work until you are 70, there is an income reduction to your social security benefit depending on how much you make. The longer you wait to take a benefit, the more you get annually. Listen to a discussion from an earlier show: Listen to the discussion