Time Your Social Security Benefits For Top Results
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What's the payoff for working most of your life and paying Social Security tax into the system? When your time to retire finally comes, you'll be eligible to receive Social Security benefits based on your work history and when you choose to begin receiving benefits. If you're married, you may have additional options for Social Security, even if one spouse has worked little or not at all.
A particular couple's optimal strategy depends on your age, the age of your spouse, and your health status, among other factors.
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