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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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Asked by Kira Hamoudeh
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hi Kira, I'm guessing what you mean by "to get ahead" is financially? Social Security serves as a social safety net. Because you and one child receives some type of ...
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Answered by Karl Leonard Hicks, CFP® in Riverside, CA
Hi Sincarie, I was thinking about your question on investing, unfortunately the information I have for you is very general. To specifically answer this question I w...
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Asked by evaharvey27
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Evaharvey27, great question! Many of us wonder about what we may receive in social security benefits. While I can't tell you what your specific benefit will be, I ...
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Answered by Robert Henderson, AAMS® CDFA® in Mystic, CT
The Social Security Leveling Option can make sense in certain situations. However, there can be some drawbacks to using the Social Security Leveling Option. Obviously,...
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Answered by Ebrahim Rad, LUTCF , CLTC , MDRT in Woodland Hills, CA
Yes, you need to be 65 years old and you will receive 50% of what your husband received. You can do it at 62 but you will loose your choice completely and it isn't wor...
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