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Part or all of her social security payment will be withheld.  However, that money is not "lost."  When money is withheld from your Social Security checks, your benefit will be recalculated when you turn your full retirement age to give you credit for...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 12:34 PM
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I think that this rule does not apply to you as it is a rule for "people who file for benefits mid-year have already earned more than their yearly earnings limit amount." Since you earn under your limit for the entire year, this would not apply to yo...
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You may want to get your social security advice elsewhere.  The GAO found that reps at Social Security are not trained and frequently give incorrect information.https://retirementincome.net/social-security/social-security-office/there are some financ...
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I can address a part of your question. Regarding medicare, you can enroll in traditional medicare and then buy a supplemental policy that covers the 20% of costs that medicare does not. To me--this seems like a hassle to have a separate policy.  A me...
larryk678000 12-25-2021 01:43 PM
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These two issues are not related:when you start taking social security benefits, whether age 62, 66, 70 ANDthe issue of how your social security benefits get taxed. The taxation of your social security is s function of your income, not your age or an...
larryk678000 12-25-2021 01:35 PM
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Part or all of her social security payment will be withheld.  However, that money is not "lost."  When money is withheld from your Social Security checks, your benefit will be recalculated when you turn your full retirement age to give you credit for...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 12:34 PM
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I think that this rule does not apply to you as it is a rule for "people who file for benefits mid-year have already earned more than their yearly earnings limit amount." Since you earn under your limit for the entire year, this would not apply to yo...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 12:31 PM
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You may want to get your social security advice elsewhere.  The GAO found that reps at Social Security are not trained and frequently give incorrect information.https://retirementincome.net/social-security/social-security-office/there are some financ...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 11:27 AM
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I can address a part of your question. Regarding medicare, you can enroll in traditional medicare and then buy a supplemental policy that covers the 20% of costs that medicare does not. To me--this seems like a hassle to have a separate policy.  A me...
larryk678000 12-25-2021 01:43 PM
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These two issues are not related:when you start taking social security benefits, whether age 62, 66, 70 ANDthe issue of how your social security benefits get taxed. The taxation of your social security is s function of your income, not your age or an...
larryk678000 12-25-2021 01:35 PM
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Part or all of her social security payment will be withheld.  However, that money is not "lost."  When money is withheld from your Social Security checks, your benefit will be recalculated when you turn your full retirement age to give you credit for...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 12:34 PM
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I think that this rule does not apply to you as it is a rule for "people who file for benefits mid-year have already earned more than their yearly earnings limit amount." Since you earn under your limit for the entire year, this would not apply to yo...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 12:31 PM
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You may want to get your social security advice elsewhere.  The GAO found that reps at Social Security are not trained and frequently give incorrect information.https://retirementincome.net/social-security/social-security-office/there are some financ...
larryk678000 01-11-2022 11:27 AM
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I can address a part of your question. Regarding medicare, you can enroll in traditional medicare and then buy a supplemental policy that covers the 20% of costs that medicare does not. To me--this seems like a hassle to have a separate policy.  A me...
larryk678000 12-25-2021 01:43 PM
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These two issues are not related:when you start taking social security benefits, whether age 62, 66, 70 ANDthe issue of how your social security benefits get taxed. The taxation of your social security is s function of your income, not your age or an...
larryk678000 12-25-2021 01:35 PM
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