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Asked by Bobbie
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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Answered by James Biasotti, Financial Adviser in Roseville, CA
Some of the laws recently change in the last month with approval by Congress of the "Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015" . Because you are already over full retirement age ...
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Asked by Carla
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Carla, age 62 is early retirement age. Age 66 (67 later) is full retirement age. Early retirement will result in a reduction of benefits ( less money). Please visit S...
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Asked by Carla
Hi Carla, As you may already be aware, the Federal Government recently changed the social security claiming rules, which go into effect May 1st 2016.... if you are ful...
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Asked by Carla
Answered by James Biasotti, Financial Adviser in Roseville, CA
Yes, if you are under full retirement age which depends on the year you were born. For 2015 Under Full Retirement Age (FRA) $1 of benefits withheld every $2 in earning...
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Answered by Justin Clark, Mortgage Broker in Moreno Valley, CA
If you are 62 or older and have a decent amount of equity in your home you could do a reverse mortgage and eliminate your mortgage payment all together. Then you only...
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