Boost Your Retirement Income
with the Social Security Retirement Guide
Social Security Veteran Reveals How To Maximize Your Benefits
With Strategies Most Retirees Overlook.
From the Desk of Jim Blair
Social Security Expert and Consultant
Dear Future Retiree,
How much do you know about the different claim options available with Social Security?
If you’re like most Americans you haven’t spent much time thinking about it. I don’t blame you since you since sorting through all the choices is like hunting for a parking spot at the mall!
But when it comes to Social Security, your application choices determine if you’ll ever get the maximum benefits you are entitled to…
And unfortunately, for those who rush through the process, there aren’t many ways to “change your mind” after your application is submitted. Like any government program, you either get it right the first time or suffer through endless appeals and waiting games.
The new online application is easy to fill out, but it’s the WHO, HOW, and WHEN of your claim that really matters.
The situation is different for everyone, and you’ll need to consider retirement income, life span, and your partner’s work record to get it right.
If you don’t look beyond the basic claiming options you’ll likely leave good money on the table.
And it is all these hidden opportunities that I want to help you unlock…
Optimizing your approach can mean an extra $150 per month for individuals, and over $800 more per month for married couples!
It’s hard to believe, but I see people leave this kind of money behind all the time. Most folks know the earlier they enroll the less they receive on a monthly basis, but when you claim is only part of the equation.
Knowing all your benefit options BEFORE submitting your application is the key…
There are over 2,700 rules in the Social Security operations manual, and the average married couple has hundreds of different claiming options.
It certainly can get confusing, but today I’m offering you my expert advice on how to navigate through the system.
The 2014 Social Security Retirement Guide:
4th Edition: Revised & Updated June 2014
The Complete Guide to Social Security Retirement Benefits.
Uncover Valuable Benefit Options Few Even Know Exist.
Complete Breakdown of the Formulas Used to Calculate Your Benefits.
Situational Income Reviews: Before, At, and After Full Retirement Age.
Learn Which Account to Base Your Benefits On (Self, Spouse, or Other).
Understand How Your Filing Date Impacts Your Spouse’s Survivor Benefits.
Detailed Analysis of Options for Singles, Couples, Survivors, and Divorced.
Comparison of Medicare Plans and Costs to Choose Your Best Option.
How to Avoid “Questionable Retirement” If You Own a Business.
Tips for the Windfall Elimination Provision and Government Pension Offset.
What You Need to Know Before Filing Your Application Online.
How to Appeal Benefit Errors and Application Mistakes.
The Truth About Who Should File for Early Benefits.
What to Expect After Filing Your Claim.
Free Lifetime Updates: I Alert You When the Rules Change.
Email Support – Send Me Your Questions for Professional Advice!
About the Author:
Former Social Security Administrator Jim Blair has 35 years experience in helping individuals manage their Social Security benefits. He served as the Operations Supervisor and District Manager for branch offices in Ohio, and has an extensive background in claims for retirement, survivors, disability and health insurance.
Mr. Blair currently works as a benefits consultant for corporations and financial professionals across the United States.
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Americans have been left to fight for themselves when it comes to getting the retirement benefits they deserve.
The current “Social Security Avalanche” began in 2011. This was the start of a 19-year stretch where an estimated 10,000 Baby Boomers reach full retirement age EVERY DAY!
This record rate of retirees has eliminated any level of customer service from the government. The field offices are flooded with more applications than they can handle. The good workers are stressed – and new employees barely know the basics.
Don’t waste your time waiting for help from support agents at your local SSA office…
There are over 300 combinations for married couples to claim Social Security benefits. Despite all these options, field office employees are not allowed to discuss case-specific questions because they don’t have enough staff to serve the public.
Social Security field offices are only open to the public from 9:00am until 3:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – and from 9:00am until Noon on Wednesdays. That is a grand total of only 27 office hours a week!
The SSA has closed 64 field offices and 533 mobile offices since 2010. In the past 3 years alone they have laid off 11,000 workers. Does this sound like an agency working hard to serve the public?
The system is ridiculous…which is why I’m helping Americans maximize their benefits.
After spending 35 years working for the Social Security Administration, I now use my unique experience to help retirees maximize their retirement benefits through my consulting service. I realize though that not everyone can afford my $125 hourly rate.
The good news is that I’m giving you direct access to my proven Social Security strategies, along with my email address to answer your questions.
Everything you need to make the most of your benefit options is here…including personalized help with your questions!
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My guide, along with the updates and support I provide, could literally “disappear” at any time.
Yes, the day is coming when managing my current customers is all I can handle as one person. At this point I’ll be forced to CLOSE my doors to the public for good. I strongly suggest you get in now while you still can.
Wishing You the Best,
Social Security Retirement Guide
PS- Regardless of your decision about my guide…please do not play a “guessing game” with your application. The decisions you make now will affect your income for the rest of your life.
PPS- I forgot to mention that current benefit recipients can still use my guide to identify missed opportunities. You are able to re-file your application once per lifetime – as long as it has been less than 12 months since your first benefit payout.
If you think you’ve made a mistake there could still be time to correct it. One of the chapters within my book covers this situation in detail.