Social Security Sense: A Guide to Claiming Benefits for Those Age 60-70
ISBN: 1944255052 | 2016 | EPUB | 110 Pages | 1 MB
Social Security Sense provides practical knowledge on the Social Security claiming options and rules you must know before you file to begin benefits. This is a book that everyone age 55 or older should read before they begin their benefits – and it covers all the new rules that became law on Nov. 2, 2015.The rules are complex and you may get less income if you aren’t aware of your choices. With Social Security Sense you’ll see easy-to-follow examples that show you how doing things one way vs. another can lead to more money for you. You’ll learn how to value your benefits and how to compare claiming choices in a fair and mathematically correct way. With a clear easy-to-understand outline of the rules, as well as pages of examples and references to online resources, you’ll be ready to make the best decision possible for you and your family.
Shows you how to value your benefits
Explains how inflation adjustments are applied to your future income
Covers special rules that apply if you were born on or before 1/1/1954
Provides comprehensive information for marrieds, divorcees, singles and widow/widowers
Illustrates choices with over 15 tables showing many real-life example