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Getting the most out of Social Security: The many uses of file & suspend

webcast 2014-03-04

Helping clients navigate the maze of Social Security can be a full-time job. But by understanding a few key concepts and taking a few important steps, you can make sure your clients get the most out of this critical retirement benefit.



Social Security expert and InvestmentNews contributing editor Mary Beth Franklin covers some of the most important ways to help clients maximize their Social Security benefits, including the many uses of a strategy known as file and suspend.

* Accepted by the CFP Board for 1 CE credit and by IMCA for 1 CIMA®/CIMC®/CPWA® CE credit.

Date: Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET

Helping clients navigate the maze of Social Security can be a full-time job. But by understanding a few key concepts and taking a few important steps, you can make sure your clients get the most out of this critical retirement benefit. Social Security expert and InvestmentNews contributing editor Mary Beth Franklin covers some of the most important ways to help clients maximize their Social Security benefits, including the many uses of a strategy known as file and suspend.

  1. What file and suspend is, and how it works
  2. Why is file and suspend so important?
  3. Who can benefit most from a file and suspend strategy
  4. Specific file and suspend scenarios
  5. File and suspend for gay married couples after the Supreme Court ruling

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