Social Security



Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Darius Slade, Health Services & Management in Richland, WA
Hi Anonymous, Good question, and it suggests that your being on SSD has an impact on your husband's decision to claim you as a dependent. This is less a social securi...
Asked by Lee Muth
Answered by Barry Rabinowitz, Financial Adviser in Plantation, FL
Social Security is based on highest earnings for 35 years.


Asked by sandra.mury
Answered by Deborah Peterson, Financial Advisor in Charlotte, NC
That depends on the type of income it is. Is it social security income? Were taxes withheld on any of the income you received? If yes, then you would need to file t...
Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Charles Scott, Financial Advisor in Scottsdale, AZ
If your wife has not worked at least 40 quarters - ten years - she will have no benefit in her name, but will be eligible for a spousal benefit if you have worked for ...
Asked by beverlycrousept
The answer to you question is no. Being a borrower of any kind is not going to effect your eligibility for disability. Social Security Disability is dependent upon ea...
Asked by catsontheplane
Answered by Dave Bradley, Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC
Hi catsontheplane We have many friends and clients that are in this category. Widows or widowers benefits based on age can start any time between age 60 and full ...
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