Can I withdraw my Social Security retirement claim and reapply later to increase my benefit amount?
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Financial Advisor And Licensed Life/Health Advisor in York, PA
January 08, 2016
Also, if you filed for your benefit within the last 12 months, you can utilize what we call the "Reset" Strategy, which allows you to stop your benefit, and file at a later date when your Social Security benefit will be increased. Keep in mind, you will be required to give all of your collected benefit back for however long you have collected within the first 12 months.
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