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Asked by ajthib
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hi Ajthib, you ask an interesting question. First, I'm thinking you are asking about spousal retirement benefits. If so, you must be at least 62 to file. However, f...
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Asked by christinadiez
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hello Christina, with only "37 work points" or less than 40 credits you are not eligible for social security retirement. Given needing only 3 additional credits, I re...
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Asked by joanne6093
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hi Joanne, spousal benefits under social security may be up to 50% of the primary insured amount or PIA of an eligible worker. PIA is a calculated dollar amount based ...
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Answered by Kendrick Walker, Mortgage Broker in Santa Rosa, CA
Hello. This is an unfortunate situation, but one that can potentially be resolved. I would highly recommend locating a licensed and experienced broker/lender who could...
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Asked by Carla
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hi Carla, This is a really good question. The short answer is no. Why? Unemployment benefits are not from working. However, your social security may reduced your un...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hello Anonymous, With 10 yrs or more of marriage, a spouse is eligible for spousal benefits. If you are eligible for social security retirement under your own work...
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