Q: I am a widow, age 58, unmarried. If I apply for widow's benefits at age 60, what percentage of my deceased husband's Social Security benefit will I be entitled to? A Social Security representative I
Can I Begin Spousal Benefits At 62 Without Affecting My Future Retirement Benefits? Hi Larry, I am 62 and my husband is 76 and is receiving his Social Security retirement benefit. We're not sure if understanding
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typically recommend delaying benefits to age 70 (assuming you can afford to) even without using the restricted spousal benefit strategy. Social Security calculates your benefits so that you collect about
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