One of the biggest questions married couples have about claiming Social Security is: “When can the lower earning spouse claim fifty percent of the higher earning spouse’s income benefit?” Another question: can the younger spouse begin benefits at age 62, and then switch to fifty percent of the higher earning spouse’s benefit later on? And what about the strategy known as file and suspend? Is it completely gone, or can certain couples still pull it off? Do you know the answers? You will, because we will be covering them in detail and then Medicare expert Shelley Grandidge joins us. We’re your one stop shop for Social Security and Medicare today, so don’t miss it….MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!!
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