Understanding What You Have to Do To Receive Your Funds
From your very first paycheck, you have seen a deduction for Social Security. You paid this payroll tax your entire working history. Your employer has contributed on your behalf as well.
Now as you approach retirement it is time to receive those funds back, but what do you have to do to receive Social Security? And when?
These questions are just the first likely to occur as you try to navigate and plan retirement options. The media is full of alarming information pertaining to Social Security. You need a trusted source of information.
- How and When Do I Become Eligible for Social Security?
- How Much Will I Receive?
- Should I Apply at Age 62 or Wait for Full Retirement at 66?
- Why Should I Consider Waiting Until I am Age 70 to Collect?
- Can I Expect Regular Cost of Living Raises?
- Are My Benefits and My Spouse's Figured Separately?
- How Does Divorce Affect Social Security for a Couple?
- How Does Death Affect a Surviving Spouse's Benefits?
- What if I Want to Continue Working?
- Will my Social Security be Taxed?