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Today's column takes up how benefit amounts are determined, Medicare payments, calculating disabled widow's benefits, increasing benefit amounts and working while getting widow(er)'s benefits. [Read More]
Senator Johnson is wisely trying to put the breaks on tax reform. He realizes, like virtually all tax experts, that the current plan is not... [Read More]
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The current version of the Republican tax bill is worth passing. That said, it's good, but not great. But if it's amended to include... [Read More]
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Today's column addresses sequencing widow(er)'s and retirement benefits, how spousal benefit are determined, eligibility for divorced spousal benefits, sequencing retirement and divorced spousal benefits and... [Read More]
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Today's column explains the effect of early retirement on spousal benefits, visiting a Social Security office other than your local one, who to complain to... [Read More]
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Today's column looks at the effects of current low earnings on benefit amount calculation, how SSA credits military service, worker's comp and disability benefits, the... [Read More]
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The usual assessments fail to account for the way liabilities change over a taxpayer's lifetime. [Read More]
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Today's column addresses the calculation of survivor's benefits, collection options after remarrying, the Government Pension Offset Provision, the deeming provision and working while collecting a... [Read More]
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Today's column is about when delayed retirement credits are applied, the calculation of benefits for spouses, filing as an older but lower earnings spouse, sequencing... [Read More]
Today's column is about how to reinstate after suspending, disability benefit availability, public pension and the WEP and GPO, moving from spousal to retirement benefits... [Read More]
Today's column addresses suspending versus withdrawing, the new law, divorced widow(er)'s benefits, restricted applications and filing when one spousal made significantly more than the other. [Read More]
Today's column addresses when to file for spousal benefits, which month to begin receiving benefits, filing under the new law, the effects of the WEP... [Read More]
Today's column is about filing and suspending, filing early and then switching benefits, continuing income, applying for spousal benefits and the exact month to begin... [Read More]
Today's column addresses the calculation of widow(er)'s benefits at different times, having no income after 62 and filing at 66, sequencing retirement, divorced spousal and... [Read More]
Is Lawrence Summers turning into President Trump in spewing baseless invective? His recent Washington Post op eds are beneath the dignity of a former Treasury... [Read More]
Today's column addresses filing a restricted application at FRA, how spouses can ––– and cannot ––– sequence benefits, when eligibility for unreduced benefits begins and... [Read More]
Today's column examines becoming subject to the earnings test after a period of unemployment, after receiving a widow(er)'s benefit, and after remarriage, a recipient's month... [Read More]
Today's column addresses the effects of no longer working before FRA, restricted applications for spousal benefits only, survivor benefits, spousal benefits and eligibility of grandchildren. [Read More]
Today's column responds to questions about suspending under the new law, sequencing benefits under the new law, divorced spousal benefits and the combined family maximum. [Read More]
Today's column takes up benefits potentially available upon marriage, when spousal benefits can become available and how much they can be, foreign pensions and the... [Read More]
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