Maximize Your Social Security Benefits
You wouldn't make a decision about a $600,000 asset lightly, would you?
- The average household retiring today stands to receive $600k over the course of their retirement
- Many people stand to gain or lose more than $100,000 in benefits depending on how they make this one decision
- 73% of the 37.9 million retired workers received reduced benefits because of entitlements prior to full retirement age
- A recent study suggests that these strategies represent over $10 Billion in unclaimed Social Security benefits
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WHY NOT ASK THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION FOR ADVICE? The Social Security Administration cannot give advice, ask about other assets, or evaluate the impact on the rest of your financial plan.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM SOCIAL SECURITY PLANNING? Our analysis covers most situations, including married, single, divorced, widows, government employees and people who have already elected but are
not yet age 70.
WHEN SHOULD I START MY PLANNING? If you’re over age 55, the sooner the better. As you approach retirement age, it’s important to evaluate your options and identify which assets you’ll use to supplement your Social Security income.
HOW BIG A DIFFERENCE WILL SOCIAL SECURITY PLANNING MAKE FOR ME? To truly get an idea how much you stand to gain or lose, we can provide you with a complimentary “What’s at Stake” Report.
Why should I involve a financial advisor in my Social Security decision?
Your decision will impact your other assets, including how and when you
tap certain assets to supplement your income. An advisor is positioned to
help you understand how all these pieces fit together.
WHAT'S AT STAKE FOR YOU?
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