Boost Your Retirement Income
with the Social Security Retirement Guide
Learn How To Maximize Your Lifetime Benefits
By Understanding Your Claiming Options.
From Jim Blair
Former Social Security Administrator
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 comparing all of the benefit and medicare choices can be overwhelming.
The problem is…Americans leave behind $25 Billion in unclaimed benefits every year.
This is bad news when you think about the importance of financial security during retirement. It’s a shame so many people lose out on some of the benefits they paid towards during their working years.
These days it is up to YOU to make benefit decisions online, without any help from SSA staff.
Why? The recent boom of retirees has depleted the support resources at the SSA. Branch offices receive more requests than they can handle, and yet our government continues to make cuts to the program. They have laid off hundreds of experienced workers and closed over 500 offices for good.
This is bad news if you have questions about the application. Worse yet, there aren’t many options to “change your mind” after you apply. You either get it right the first time or suffer through endless appeals and waiting games.
The online application is simple enough to complete and submit. The key is understanding how your application choices affect the value of your lifetime benefits.
The ideal claiming strategy is different for every household.
You must look beyond the basic benefit schedules to avoid leaving money on the table. It is important to consider your retirement income, health status, and your partner’s work record. Considering all of these factors, and comparing them to your benefit options, is an important step toward making an intelligent decision.
Would another $150 per month help you during retirement? How about $800 or more EACH MONTH for you and your spouse?
It’s hard to believe, but 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.
There are over 2,700 rules in the Social Security operations manual, and the average married couple has hundreds of different claiming options. It’s an unbelievable amount of information to sort through, but even if you had all the time in the world, knowing all the RULES would only get you so far.
This is why I created the complete guide to maximizing your retirement benefits…
The 2017 Social Security Retirement Guide:
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About Jim Blair:
Former Social Security Administrator Jim Blair has over 35 years experience helping individuals manage their Social Security benefits. He served as Operations Supervisor and District Manager for branch offices in Ohio, and has an extensive background in claims for retirement, disability and health insurance. Mr. Blair now works as a benefit consultant for corporations and financial professionals across the United States.
Here’s what you get as a subscriber to the Social Security Guide…
Expert Insights from a Professional Social Security Consultant.
How New Social Security Laws Affect Your Options.
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.
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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– 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 in the guide covers this situation in detail.