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Helping you reach your personal & professional financial goals.

So you have started looking at how…

your social security benefits will factor into your retirement plan.

There a many factors that can affect the amount of benefits that you will get from your social security.

Things such as the age you choose to claim them and the amount of tax that get taken out of them.

So you are going to want to know as much as possible when you start your social security planning.

Good thing that I’ve come up with these 7 tips that will help.

Tip 1 – At What Retirement Age Can I Claim My Social Security Benefits ?

Tip 2 – When Should I Start Taking My S ocial Security Benefits?

Tip 3 – What are the Reduced Benefits of Social Security Due to Earning

Tip 4 – What is the Taxability of Your Social Security Benefits?

Tip 5 – Confused About Social Security Planning – 2 Ideas To Help Clear Things Up

Tip 6 – What are the Social Security Death Benefits?

Tip 7 – What are the Social Security Benefits for Divorced Spouses?

Hopefully these tips have helped you to better understand the benefits that you can receive from social security.

But if you are still confused, it’s okay. Just have a professional explain it to you, like someone from Makara & Associates.

“The Nuts & Bolts of Social Security in 7 Easy Tips” is also available as a FREE eBook at my website: www.Makara-Assoc.com/ebooks/.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns about a Social Security Planning, or think I can help you in any other ways, contact me, or give me a call at (239) 384-9688.

– Mark

This information is based on facts, assumptions and representations as stated and authorities that are subject to change. We will not update this information for subsequent legislative or administrative changes of future judicial interpretations.
LEGAL NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: The information within this blog is for informational and educational purposes only and is not tax advice and should not be used as such. The facts of each individual situation can have significantly different outcomes when applying tax law. The hiring of a CPA is an important decision not to be based solely on advertisements.

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