Social Security

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Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff, Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
Without knowing where you live it is hard for someone to give you specifics, but the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is a good place to get informatio...
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Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff, Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
Hi Liz, This is a great question, thanks so much for asking it. As in any situation there are variables that could affect the answer for your specific situation. He...
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There will likely be something called Social Security when you retire. What the system does will likely be very different from what it does today. We can't afford to...
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Answered by Stacy Marcus, CDFA™ CFEI™ in New York, NY
Hello, the rules governing social security are complex and it is best to consult with your tax planner/CPA as to your individual situation. In general, Social Securit...
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Answered by Pamela J. Horack, , CFP®PRO+ in Lake Wylie, SC
Hi Angie! The best answer is...it depends. You may want to consider doing a Social Security review with an advisor to see what strategies are available for beginning y...
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Answered by Bradford Creger, MoneyTips ContributorPRO+ in Pasadena, CA
Bobbie, Your husband’s social security will work the same way everyone else’s does. What is important is his age and not necessarily when he retires. Social securit...
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