What to look for on your Social Security benefits statement?
First, to find your statement you can go to SSA.gov. You will need the following:
- Your name as shown on your Social Security card
- Social Security Number
- Date of birth
- Place of birth
- Your mother’s maiden name
To find out more about divorced spouse, surviving spouse, or surviving divorced spousal benefits, CLICK HERE.
I talked to a lady last year about her divorced spousal benefit. She had no idea that was possible. She called and got a pay increase.
You don’t have to have all of the answers. Just ask someone who knows what you want to know. This concept is the premise of Dan Sullivan’s best-selling book, Who Not How.
You don’t have to read a book. Simply click here to set up a phone appointment. Ask whatever questions you want. You can also send an email to Jeremy@Riverbendwm.com.
We were mentioned on CNBC.com about how people can play catch up on their retirement goals. Click here to read it.
On the lighter side, we are planning a family trip to Nashville over Thanksgiving. I have only been there once for business. We are looking forward to the trip.
Hope all is well with you and your family,
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