Social Security Benefit Planners

Should You Take Social Security As Soon As You Qualify?

Faye Sykes

Faye Sykes, Retirement Planner, NSSA, CLTC, 2019 National Social Security Advisor of the Year

Believe it or not, you might be better off postponing your Social Security. Who knew! Not to mention the many lesser-known but incredibly powerful benefits that you may qualify for outside of the standard retirement benefits.

Social Security Benefit Planners offers customized planning centered around your unique situation, shining a light on options you never knew you had and helping you decide when to take them for the greatest benefit. Ready to discover yours?

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Do You Qualify for Additional Benefits?

With over 2,700 regulations that govern Social Security, it’s not surprising that few people know they qualify for so much more or understand how to get the most from the program.

Not knowing can cause you and your family to miss out on the much-needed benefits you deserve. SSBP can uncover hidden benefits and show you ways to maximize your retirement income through custom plans that can include:

  • Scenario analysis
  • Earnings testing
  • Coordination of spousal, divorce and widower benefits
  • Tax projections
  • Pre-retirement projections
  • Personalized strategic plan
  • And more…

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What's the Latest on Social Security?

  • A 6.1% Bump in Social Security?

    A 6.1% Bump in Social Security?

    COLA and Social Security. The news keeps getting better for Social Security recipients. It’s now projected that benefits will increase 6.1% in 2022, up from the 4.7% forecast just two months ago. That would be the most significant increase since 1983.1,2 It’s all about inflation. Social Security cost of living adjustments (COLA) are based on… Read more »

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  • When will I receive my first Social Security check?

    When will I receive my first Social Security check?

    This is a common question we get when we do a full Social Security Benefit session. “When will I receive my first check”. It’s important to understand that As of March 1, 2013, the Social Security Administration stopped mailing paper checks. There are two ways you can receive your benefits: 1. Direct deposit of your… Read more »

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  • How Single’s can maximize their Social Security Benefits

    How Single’s can maximize their Social Security Benefits

    Just because you are single and getting ready to collect Social Security Benefits, doesn’t mean you should get treated any differently from the Social Security Administration. Did you know that the SS Administration doesn’t always give advise on how to maximize your benefits. They are only there to assist with your benefits and process claims.… Read more »

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