Author: Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller on February 14, 2019
Delaying your Social Security benefits often makes sense, but beware the trade-offs.
Jeff Miller on January 31, 2019
Claim a widow’s benefit at 60, and the payout can be reduced for two reasons. Find out what they are.
Jeff Miller on January 17, 2019
If you go back to work after collecting benefits, can you avoid paying additional Social Security taxes?
Jeff Miller on January 3, 2019
There are strategies couples can use to get thousands more in Social Security benefits over their lifetimes. One is called “restricted application.” Should you try it?
Jeff Miller on December 20, 2018
If you die before reaching the age you can collect Social Security, can your spouse get what would have gone to you?
Jeff Miller on December 6, 2018
If your spouse dies, you can collect 100 percent of his or her Social Security. However, the rules get complicated if you remarry.
Jeff Miller on November 8, 2018
The right Social Security claiming strategy can get you thousands of dollars more in lifetime benefits. Some strategies no longer work, but others do.
Jeff Miller on October 25, 2018
It doesn’t seem fair: You take Social Security, then it gets reduced because you choose to keep working. But learn the rules, and it’s not as bad as you think.
Jeff Miller on October 11, 2018
One strategy to increase Social Security benefits is to claim spousal benefits at retirement age, then claim your own benefits after reaching age 70. Does it work?
Jeff Miller on September 27, 2018
A married couple wonders about when to file Social Security benefits. The answer to their question contains a lesson for every American worker.
Jeff Miller on September 13, 2018
Even if your spouse never contributed to Social Security, he or she can still receive retirement benefits.
Jeff Miller on August 30, 2018
Deciding when to start taking Social Security? Don’t forget to consider your spouse. Here’s why.
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