Social Security Benefits Timing, Filing Retroactively – Q&A #1926

July 6, 2019

Social Security Benefits Timing, Filing Retroactively – Q&A #1926

With Jim out of the office, Chris catches up on Social Security questions, including three on aspects of Social Security Benefits timing and one from an Alaska listener considering filing retroactively.

(3:32) A South Dakotan is having difficulty accessing their Social Security account and wondering how long it will take to get their first benefit check.

(8:15) An Alaska listener is considering filing for Social Security retroactively at age 70.

(14:45) A New Yorker wonders what day of the month they’ll get their benefit check.

(20:28) A listener is curious about the timing of the transition from Social Security Disability to Full Retirement Age (FRA) Benefits.

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