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STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY

Set yourself up for success and financial freedom in retirement.

When it comes to Social Security, one key to maximizing your benefits is to have the right strategy. There are countless ways to approach claiming your benefits that take into account variables such as when to claim, your spouse’s benefits, and more. In order to get the most out of your Social Security, it is essential to educate yourself on which unique strategy may work for you, as well as to consult your financial advisor. 

Mastering your Social Security strategy may be a critical way to set yourself up for success and financial freedom in retirement. Join us in this multi-part series and get all the tips you need to maximize your Social Security

Maximize Survivor Benefits – Part 7

In the event of a spouse’s death, his or her partner may collect the deceased spouse’s Social Security monthly payments if the amount is greater than their own. A child of a deceased worker may collect their parent’s payments until age 18 or 19, while enrolled in high school full time. The spouse of the deceased worker may be eligible to receive payments if they care for a dependent child younger than 16 or a child who developed a disability before age 22. When using this strategy, consider that the Social Security family maximum payment is 150% to 180% of the worker’s benefit. Exceeding this amount can result in reduced benefits for family members.

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