Get What's Yours

Get What's Yours

The Secrets to Maxing Out your Social Security

Book - 2015
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"How many retirees or those nearing retirement know about such Social Security options as file-and-suspend (apply for benefits and then don't take them)? Or start-stop-start (start benefits, stop them, then re-start them)? ... [This book] covers the most frequent benefit scenarios faced by married retired couples, by divorced retirees, by widows and widowers, among others. It explains what to do if you're a retired parent of dependent children, disabled, or an eligible beneficiary who continues to work, and how to plan wisely before retirement. It addresses the tax consequences of your choices, as well as the financial implications for other investments"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2015
Edition: First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition
ISBN: 9781476772295
1476772290
Branch Call Number: 368.43 K8488G 2015
Characteristics: 324 pages ; 22 cm

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dkadams79
Oct 08, 2016

A must-read book about the ins and outs of the new Social Security law and how to make sure you are applying for benefits in the most prudent way possible, written in clear and direct language.

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jefralick
Sep 11, 2016

Overcome by events. Legislation has changed much of the information in this book. Better to check online for the latest - especially on file and suspend and divorcee bene's after 10 years of marriage.

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Chiefs1970
Feb 29, 2016

I waited months for this book and was disappointed to read that to max my Social Security that I need to be max age. Okay read if you are past 67, but otherwise, not much for those who want to retire at 62. A quick reading book.

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annebipes
Jan 19, 2016

This book goes into a lot of detail to explain the nuances of social security benefits, and different strategies to make the most of the benefit. You'll get more out of it with each reading. However, in Nov 2015, the budget passed by Congress included social security reform that eliminated two of the most commonly used tools: the "file and suspend" strategy, and the restricted application "claim now, claim more later" strategy for people who have not turned 62 by the end of 2015.

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norma777
Jul 30, 2015

Practical and useful. Read it before making a decision.

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