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Gail, thank you for the link. I filed last December, so I have to make up my mind before then. If only I had a crystal ball!!
northrancher 08-20-2014 10:03 PM
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Drawpoker, my husband wants to work until 70, but as we all know, stuff happens. No one knows. What is that saying--"humans make plans and God laughs." But, I guess the advantage of file/suspend is that if my husband needs to punt before 70, he can p...
northrancher 08-14-2014 09:10 PM
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Thanks, drawpoker. The break even for me is 78 and although I'm healthy now at 62 (thank God), both my parents died at ages 63 and 71. So, I'm hedging my bet. I also used the AARP calculator and here's the recommendation: both my husband and I file a...
northrancher 08-14-2014 06:18 PM
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I'm just confused about when to take benefits and what are the penalties for taking it early. I have two questions: 1) If I take benefits at 62 and switch to spousal benefits (my husband) at 66, can I resume my benefits at 70? 2) If I take benefits a...
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I have a question about double-dipping strategies. Is it possible for me the take benefits at 62, then switch to my husband's/spousal benefits at 66, then go back to my benefits at 70?
northrancher 08-14-2014 05:25 PM
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Gail, thank you for the link. I filed last December, so I have to make up my mind before then. If only I had a crystal ball!!
northrancher 08-20-2014 10:03 PM
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Drawpoker, my husband wants to work until 70, but as we all know, stuff happens. No one knows. What is that saying--"humans make plans and God laughs." But, I guess the advantage of file/suspend is that if my husband needs to punt before 70, he can p...
northrancher 08-14-2014 09:10 PM
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Thanks, drawpoker. The break even for me is 78 and although I'm healthy now at 62 (thank God), both my parents died at ages 63 and 71. So, I'm hedging my bet. I also used the AARP calculator and here's the recommendation: both my husband and I file a...
northrancher 08-14-2014 06:18 PM
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I'm just confused about when to take benefits and what are the penalties for taking it early. I have two questions: 1) If I take benefits at 62 and switch to spousal benefits (my husband) at 66, can I resume my benefits at 70? 2) If I take benefits a...
northrancher 08-14-2014 05:30 PM
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I have a question about double-dipping strategies. Is it possible for me the take benefits at 62, then switch to my husband's/spousal benefits at 66, then go back to my benefits at 70?
northrancher 08-14-2014 05:25 PM
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Gail, thank you for the link. I filed last December, so I have to make up my mind before then. If only I had a crystal ball!!
northrancher 08-20-2014 10:03 PM
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Drawpoker, my husband wants to work until 70, but as we all know, stuff happens. No one knows. What is that saying--"humans make plans and God laughs." But, I guess the advantage of file/suspend is that if my husband needs to punt before 70, he can p...
northrancher 08-14-2014 09:10 PM
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Thanks, drawpoker. The break even for me is 78 and although I'm healthy now at 62 (thank God), both my parents died at ages 63 and 71. So, I'm hedging my bet. I also used the AARP calculator and here's the recommendation: both my husband and I file a...
northrancher 08-14-2014 06:18 PM
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I'm just confused about when to take benefits and what are the penalties for taking it early. I have two questions: 1) If I take benefits at 62 and switch to spousal benefits (my husband) at 66, can I resume my benefits at 70? 2) If I take benefits a...
northrancher 08-14-2014 05:30 PM
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I have a question about double-dipping strategies. Is it possible for me the take benefits at 62, then switch to my husband's/spousal benefits at 66, then go back to my benefits at 70?
northrancher 08-14-2014 05:25 PM
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