When to take Social Security

There is an eight-year range to take Social Security. The earliest age you’re allowed to claim benefits is 62, and as such, it’s the most popular age to file for Social Security. Age 70, meanwhile, is the latest age you can claim Social Security and still...

16 Social Security

This blog is about Social Security.  I want to help you maximize your benefit to have more money in retirement. Social Security can be an important part in a persons retirement plan. Social Security (also known as the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance...

10 Social Security – Double Dip

File and Suspend If you are at your full retirement age (FRA), you can continue to work and suspend your benefit so your current spouse can collect a spouse’s benefit and you and earn delayed retirement credits (DRCs) which increase your Social Security benefit. The...