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Thank you for the great reply. For more background, I am married. My wife is 2 years older than I am (69 this year) and started drawing her SS at 62. I'm assuming her benefit amount will grow from the current $360 a month to the spousal benefit level...
JonC850620 01-13-2023 08:37 AM
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I've just hit FRA, and as I understand it, I can now claim SS with no limit on my income from the current job. The question I have is whether it's worth it to claim now, or wait until I quit working.I'm currently set to receive $3140 monthly. My curr...
JonC850620 01-10-2023 10:17 AM
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Thank you for this info! So, if I'm understanding correctly, her benefit will change from $360 to $1300, bringing our total monthly to $3900  
JonC850620 12-02-2020 04:25 PM
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Hello - My wife is 66 and drawing her SSA benefits at $360 per month. I will be retiring at FRA in 2 years and expect my SSA to be about $2600 per month based on current data.I don't understand the whole spousal benefits area. Does she see a change i...
JonC850620 12-02-2020 04:43 AM
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Thank you for the great reply. For more background, I am married. My wife is 2 years older than I am (69 this year) and started drawing her SS at 62. I'm assuming her benefit amount will grow from the current $360 a month to the spousal benefit level...
JonC850620 01-13-2023 08:37 AM
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Reply
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1987
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I've just hit FRA, and as I understand it, I can now claim SS with no limit on my income from the current job. The question I have is whether it's worth it to claim now, or wait until I quit working.I'm currently set to receive $3140 monthly. My curr...
JonC850620 01-10-2023 10:17 AM
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Thank you for this info! So, if I'm understanding correctly, her benefit will change from $360 to $1300, bringing our total monthly to $3900  
JonC850620 12-02-2020 04:25 PM
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Hello - My wife is 66 and drawing her SSA benefits at $360 per month. I will be retiring at FRA in 2 years and expect my SSA to be about $2600 per month based on current data.I don't understand the whole spousal benefits area. Does she see a change i...
JonC850620 12-02-2020 04:43 AM
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Thank you for the great reply. For more background, I am married. My wife is 2 years older than I am (69 this year) and started drawing her SS at 62. I'm assuming her benefit amount will grow from the current $360 a month to the spousal benefit level...
JonC850620 01-13-2023 08:37 AM
1
Reply
2
Kudos
1987
Views
I've just hit FRA, and as I understand it, I can now claim SS with no limit on my income from the current job. The question I have is whether it's worth it to claim now, or wait until I quit working.I'm currently set to receive $3140 monthly. My curr...
JonC850620 01-10-2023 10:17 AM
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2089
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Thank you for this info! So, if I'm understanding correctly, her benefit will change from $360 to $1300, bringing our total monthly to $3900  
JonC850620 12-02-2020 04:25 PM
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Kudos
3609
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Hello - My wife is 66 and drawing her SSA benefits at $360 per month. I will be retiring at FRA in 2 years and expect my SSA to be about $2600 per month based on current data.I don't understand the whole spousal benefits area. Does she see a change i...
JonC850620 12-02-2020 04:43 AM
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