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. Often people are surprised at what the Social Security Administration did NOT mention to them. On this podcast we explore those options.

4 comments on “How Single’s can maximize their Social Security Benefits

  1. Susan Ward on

    I was on Social security disability for 20 years. When I turned 65 they put me on full retirement.. my question is can I get Medicaid & Medicare…I am still disabled for the rest of my life…I apply for Medicaid & I was told to go to Social Security….

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  2. eileen d bahls on

    I was told to re do my ss. I don’t know if this applies to me. born 08/25/1947. I took social security at 66. I thought that the calculations made adjustments by income only. I am divorced 45 years does that make a difference? I am still working. 159 40 0901

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