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WH Cornerstone: Uncovering Social Security Secrets with Marcia Mantell - Shared screen with speaker view
Paula Harris
33:56
Feel free to put any questions in the chat as we go along.
Alison Edmands
44:23
Surviving spouses cannot earn more than $18,000 if they claim benefits at 60.
Alison Edmands
56:52
My husband was FRA when he died and I am currently 55. If I collect survivor benefits at 60, will they be reduced?
Paula one
58:21
Can spousal benefit change down the road. I will apply for ss before my husband....he has the higher benefit.
Sheila Roche
01:03:05
My question is about benefit for a disabled adult child who has two parents who will each claim SS on their own record (not spousal benefit)... what benefit % can they get? When / what age can they claim? Can they claim on one parent who starts at a lower age and then switch to other parent who waits to claim at 70?
deannecavanaugh
01:05:18
If claiming for benefits at 60, how soon should you advise social security?
lil
01:05:35
what if higher earning spouse dies early at 60. lower spouse is 67, started collecting at 62. when is older spouse elig tonget higher spouses earnings?
Alison Edmands
01:06:41
I had a similar follow up to my question…if I claim survivor benefits at 60 and my benefit would be higher if I wait until my FRA and my benefit is higher at that time can I then switch to my individual benefit?
lil
01:09:57
but larger earning spouse was only 60?
Alison Edmands
01:15:08
Social security doesn’t tell you that survivor benefits will be reduced if you claim at 60.
mortlands
01:16:53
Thanks for your program!
Alison Edmands
01:17:02
Thank you, this was very informative!
Sheila Roche
01:18:14
Thank you!