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Bonus Talks On Social Security

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MARY BETH ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS

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SOCIAL SECURITY RULES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

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MEDICARE RULES AND COSTS

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Top 10 Social Security Tips

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Benefits are based on lifetime earnings and when you first claim benefits.

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Claiming early at 62 means reduced benefits for the rest of your life.

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You could lose benefits if you claim early and continue to work.

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Full retirement age ranges from 66 to 67 depending on your birth year.

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Wait until 70 to claim maximum retirement benefits.

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Spouses, ex-spouses, and dependent children may qualify for benefits, too.

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Maximum spousal and survivor benefits are available at full retirement age.

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Your Social Security benefits are subject to federal income taxes.

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You may be able to claim retroactive benefits in a lump sum.

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Apply for your benefits online at SocialSecurity.gov/retire.

A ROAD MAP FOR YOUR RETIREMENT JOURNEY

Bonus Articles On Social Security

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Retirement Milestones

Retirement represents a significant life change, swapping regular work routines for more flexible leisure time. Some people can’t wait to say adios to the 9-to-5 grind. Others worry that they won’t know who they are once their job title disappears.

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Social Security Nominee Pledges Improved Customer Service

Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, President Biden’s nominee to head the Social Security Administration (SSA), promises improvements, if confirmed.

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