Social Security

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Asked by thomas0076
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
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Asked by mary_4701
Answered by Drew Blackston
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Yes, you will be able to file for your full benefits when you reach age 70.
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Answered by Dave Bradley
Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC
Hi Anonymously. Are you spending less than $3,000/month now and can you keep doing this before you retire on $3,000/month from Social Security? If this is the case,...
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Asked by Paulmeech
Answered by Barry Rabinowitz
Financial Adviser in Plantation, FL
Hi. There is something called Pension Guarantee Fund, which may provide you with the same or reduced pension if your company plan is discontinued, or fails. The compan...
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Answered by Stephen Hartel
MBA, AIF in Denver, CO
As long as they were married for 10 or more years, the wife can choose the larger of her own benefit or her husband's.
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Answered by Kim Anderson PRO+
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When you apply for benefits, Social Security will review your earnings history (which typically ends at age 60) and will come up with an average for your highest-paid ...
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