Social Security Q&A: I’m Remarried — Can I Claim My Ex’s Social Security?
Social Security Q&A: I’m Remarried — Can I Claim My Ex’s Social Security?

on October 18, 2018

You may qualify for Social Security spousal benefits from your husband or wife, even if you’re divorced. But what if you remarry?

Social Security Q&A: Can My Husband Claim a Spousal Benefit?
Social Security Q&A: Can My Husband Claim a Spousal Benefit?

on October 4, 2018

Your spouse may be better off taking half of your Social Security benefit rather than all of his or her own. Here’s how to make sure you get the biggest possible benefit.

Social Security Q&A: Can I Get My Ex’s Social Security Instead of My Own?
Social Security Q&A: Can I Get My Ex’s Social Security Instead of My Own?

on September 20, 2018

If you don’t like the amount you’re going to get monthly from Social Security, here’s an idea: Get part of your ex-spouse’s instead.

Social Security Q&A: Will Earning Money in Retirement Reduce My Social Security?
Social Security Q&A: Will Earning Money in Retirement Reduce My Social Security?

on September 6, 2018

If you’re taking Social Security early, your payments can be reduced. But don’t worry. That money isn’t gone forever.

Social Security Q&A: Can I Make a Claim on My Ex’s Benefits?
Social Security Q&A: Can I Make a Claim on My Ex’s Benefits?

on August 23, 2018

Has there been a divorce in your past? Here’s some good news: You may be able to claim your ex’s Social Security.

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