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Eligibility Changes in Social Security for 2019

Every year Social Security updates some of the numbers associated with your benefits. Here are the current requirements to qualify for Social Security benefits. The Social Security Administration is a U.S. government agency that provides income to retirees, survivors, and the disabled that have worked. Each division provides a particular service and has different eligibility […]

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Social Security Work Requirement Changes for 2019

One of the most common questions asked is whether or not you can work and collect Social Security. The simple answer is yes, you can! But there are some things you need to know. If you have reached your Full Retirement Age, you can work and earn as much as you choose without penalty and […]

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Best Time to Start Social Security 2019

When to start collecting Social Security will be one of the most important questions to answer for your retirement. Trying to determine the best time is a difficult undertaking that will depend on your personal circumstances and desires. You can collect any time between 62 and 70 but you’ll want to consider several factors. Can […]

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Working and Collecting Social Security: 3 Important Things You Need to Know

As people age, happiness is often based on connections with family and friends. Some of us may not have those ready-made ties and perhaps need to look elsewhere to stay active and engaged. Having a job may be the answer. But I often hear seniors say, “I can’t work. I’ll lose my Social Security.” Nothing […]

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Social Security BONUS: Delayed Retirement Credits

  Are you afraid you’ll make a mistake with Social Security? Are you afraid you won’t make the right choice and get less than you deserve? You’re not alone! Many people feel this way and make this common mistake. Common Mistake My dental hygienist, Judy, made such a mistake. She told me she started collecting […]

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Social Security-Think You Retire at 65? Think Again!

Retire at 65?  Are you searching for the best time to start collecting Social Security benefits? Confused about the consequences of your actions? Many of us are. Social Security has a multitude of rules and regulations. It can be hard to figure out what they all mean, but more importantly, what do they mean to […]

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SOCIAL SECURITY CUT BECAUSE YOU HAVE A PENSION? YOU’RE NOT ALONE!

WINDFALL ELIMINATION PROVISION-Does it affect you? Have you applied for Social Security benefits only to find that you will get less than you expected? Many government workers are shocked to learn they will get a lower payment when they retire. Why Is My Social Security Payment Lower? The payment decrease is caused by the Windfall […]

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3 Social Security Myths Almost Everybody Believes

DO YOU BELIEVE THEM? With their many twists and turns, the thought of trying to figure out Social Security policies can make your head spin. Myths about Social Security abound. Unfortunately, many people believe them. Sadly, these myths can cost you big time. Social Security Myth #1 – The “Maximum” is the Highest Payment You […]

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Medicare: Part A – 2017

Medicare Part A Medicare is divided into four parts: Part A, B, C, and D. Each part covers different services. Part A is your hospitalization. It will cover you for your hospital stay and services received while admitted to the hospital. Details for Part A Part A covers hospital care if you are formally admitted […]

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Medicare: Part B – 2017

Medicare Part B 2017 There are four parts to Medicare: Part A, B, C, and D. Each provides a different type of service. What Does Part B Cover? Part B covers most doctor visits, lab tests, X-rays, outpatient procedures, and emergency room visits. It may cover medically necessary equipment and supplies such as canes, walkers, […]

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