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5 myths about Social Security - 1 - - MSN Money
Myth No. 1: Social Security won't exist when I retire. Those who want to dismantle Social Security often suggest it's about to collapse into rubble.
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The most popular ages to claim Social Security- MSN Money
However, about twice as many people claim Social Security at age 65 as at either ages 63 or 64, perhaps because Medicare eligibility begins at 65 and allows people ...
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The coming Social Security shortfall - 2 - - MSN Money
If you're unsure of your expected benefit, get an estimate from the Social Security Administration website (you can find the agency's benefits calculators here.)
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What you'll get in Social Security - 2 - - MSN Money
Check your earnings record. The third tab shows the Social Security record of what you've earned each year since you started to work. It's important that these ...
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More Social Security for Mom - 2 - - MSN Money
If you suspect your mom should be getting a bigger check, you or she can contact the Social Security Administration at 800-772-1213 to get the review process started.
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7 Social Security sins - 2 - retirement planning – MSN Money
5. Assuming you and your spouse should file at the same time. Filing for Social Security doesn't have to be an all-or-nothing proposition for couples.
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6 changes to Social Security in 2013 - MSN Money
Maximum possible benefit grows. The maximum possible Social Security benefit for a worker who begins collecting benefits at their full retirement age will be $2,533 ...
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Social Security can't save us from the poorhouse - - MSN Money
Suggesting that Social Security will be Americans’ main source of retirement income may seem surprising; after all, the average monthly benefit is only $1,294 ...
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A bigger Social Security check? - - MSN Money
Benefits for minors and spouses. In a relatively rare instance when a worker claims Social Security and is married to someone who is taking care of a child under the ...
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A bigger Social Security check? - 1 - - MSN Money
A bigger Social Security check? How and when you claim benefits can make a big difference in the benefits you'll collect in retirement. Here are several scenarios.
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