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Worker must claim benefits to trigger the spousal benefit for a mate.
Advisers need to monitor the political landscape and develop backup plans.
Forced to slow down, columnist has a lot of think about
Ex-spouses have more claiming options than married couples.
Lifestyle creep, under-saving and lower Social Security benefits to blame.
Rising rate of gray divorce in the U.S. requires financial advisers to understand different planning strategies
Lower Social Security income is not just a possibility.
Study finds suboptimal timing costs $111,000 per household.
Financial planning for same-sex couples has changed immensely since 2015 Supreme Court marriage ruling
Complexity accompanying tax, estate and Social Security planning for LGBTQ couples now largely mitigated four years after landmark decision.
The move can boost future benefits — but beware of unintended consequences.
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