Social Security Show

January 6, 2018

For this show, Jim and Chris answer a number of listener questions on Social Security. A Wisconsin listener asked if his SS benefit will be impacted if he works for lower wages after age 62 than what he made before age 62. Two Florida listeners sent emails. One wondered if there was any way a 90 year old who never claimed his Social Security benefits could receive all those missed years. The other listener asked about an underpayment check that Social Security promised him but he never received. An Alabama listener asked what to do because Social Security made a mistake with the earnings test on his benefits. A New Jersey listener wondered what income is counted in the earnings test and how does the SSA determine a widow’s benefit when the husband passes away before receiving his SS benefit. And finally, a question from a listener who didn’t mention his state but wondered how does he move from a survivor’s benefit to his own higher benefit at age 70.

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