The Social Security Administration has released benefit amounts for 2020. As you read through the changes, pay particular attention to the Retirement Earnings Test Exempt Amounts.
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If you have a child who was disabled prior to age 22 and has never worked, you may want to consider starting your Social Security benefits at full retirement age or, in some cases, as early as age 62.
Both programs use the same disability definition: You must have a physical or mental condition that is expected to last at least 12 months or end in death.
2019 has new (lower) thresholds for higher income beneficiaries.
It’s time to do the math so you don’t lose the retirement benefits available to you starting in January 2019.
Social Security now requires you to open a “My Social Security” account to file an online application.
Due to the Social Security “Deemed Filing” change introduced on April 30, 2016, persons born after 1953 are limited as to when they can take a spousal benefit.
If you were born in 1953, next year is your full retirement year. It’s time to do some math so you don’t lose retirement benefits you could have started taking in January 2019.
Applying for a Social Security card or replacement card.
2018 ushers in new (lower) thresholds for higher income beneficiaries. Lower is not a good thing.