About Social Security

Social Security retirement benefits help provide lifetime, inflation-adjusted total income.  Combined with your retirement savings and pension benefits, Social Security serves as an important component of your overall plan for retirement income, amounting to hundreds of thousands to 2 million dollars or more over a joint couple’s lifetime and becomes increasingly important as longevity increases as we get older.

Eligibility for Social Security begins at age 62, when approximately 40% of persons eligible begin withdrawals, according to the SS Administration’s own records.  However, early claiming will reduce your monthly paycheck – permanently.  New research shows that you may be considerably better off using a coordinated strategy for withdrawing your income that provides maximum benefits in a shorter time frame, while creating a higher survivor benefit.  Imagine receiving hundreds of thousands more in benefits by coordinating the timing of your withdrawals.

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