Covisum President Joe Elsasser, CFP® was recently quoted in a CNBC article, "Bad Social Security advice cost recipients $131 million, report finds." 

The article summarizes a report from the Social Security Administration's Office of the Inspector General, which estimated that 9,224 widow and widower beneficiaries, age 70 and up, were underpaid by over $131 million. The article goes on to explain how those who may have been affected can take steps to correct the issue. Joe offers this advice in the article: 

Unfortunately, receiving the wrong advice on Social Security claiming strategies is common, according to Joe Elsasser, president of Covisum, a provider of Social Security Timing software...We see that sort of situation a lot, where a divorced spouse doesn't have any idea what is available or what could be available based on their ex's record," Elsasser said.

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