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Social Security and Medicare: What Advisors Need To Know To Help Clients and Prospects Navigate These Major Government Programs - Shared screen with speaker view
Doug Pierce
24:51
Thanks for the questions coming in already in the Q&A panel. We will be holding on to them until the Q&A segment following Elaine's presentation.
Doug Pierce
28:45
Savvy Social Security Planning for Boomers:https://www.horsesmouth.com/security
Doug Pierce
30:33
We'll link you to a PDF of Elaine's slides in the email follow-ups starting tomorrow (along with replay link)
John Panter
35:22
Thank you Doug!
Doug Pierce
35:48
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Carol
47:43
my client's husband died at age 72, he had waited until age 70 to collect his benefit. My client/the spouse was 62 when her husband died. She is still working and waiting to her FRA to claim a widow benefit, will she be eligible for his delayed SS benefit or his PIA? Thank you
Doug Pierce
01:01:38
Savvy Social Security Planning for Boomers:https://www.horsesmouth.com/security
Doug Pierce
01:03:32
June 13-16 Social Security & Medicare Workshop:https://www.horsesmouth.com/ssvirtual
Geoffrey
01:07:49
When would the maximum be different from age 70?
Geoffrey
01:09:03
Do you know what allowed Peter to become a teacher of SSA and Medicare at the Community College level?
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01:12:50
Do I need the Social Security workshop if I order the Savvy Social Security for Boomers?
Geoffrey
01:14:56
Do you restrict access to the program by area, i.e. zip code, region, etc., i.e. is there any exclusivity to the program?
Geoffrey
01:18:24
Is there a professional designation for those who specialize only in these areas that is recognized by FINRA (SEC), etc.?
Geoffrey
01:21:15
Sorry. What is PIA?
Doug Pierce
01:21:24
Primary Insurance AMount
Geoffrey
01:22:08
Go Gemini! You, me, and my car!
Geoffrey
01:22:28
Thank you!