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The ages and individual earning histories of the spouses will determine the best approach
Lump sum payout still an option for those who filed by April 2016 deadline
A one-time income hike triggers a temporary high-income surcharge
Tax season is a lucrative time for ID thieves
Improved health, changing job characteristics and Social Security rules are responsible for the graying workforce
Her plan would hike payroll taxes on incomes over $250,000 to increase monthly benefits by $200.
The unofficial estimate would represent the smallest increase in benefits in three years.
Claiming benefits on an ex can speed collection of benefits on a new spouse.
It's critical that advisers educate clients about the benefits and trade-offs related to claiming Social Security at various ages.
Rise in Medigap premiums is outpacing Social Security's cost-of-living adjustment, and the disparity is likely to get worse in 2020.
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