CNBC: Get a bigger Check By Using These Social Security Claiming Strategies

Lauren Laferla, PR & Content Marketing Manager
December 12, 2018
    

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Recently, CNBC highlighted some frequently overlooked Social Security claiming strategies. The article offered tips for filing and suspending based on spousal benefits and navigating the earnings penalty. In addition, Covisum President and Founder, Joe Elsasser, CFP®, offered this advice about canceling your Social Security payments:

If you take Social Security benefits early at 62, you can still change your mind once you reach full retirement age. You can suspend from 66 to 70, and you will return to where you would have been if you would have delayed until 66 originally. 

 

Read the full article for additional strategies and insights from Joe, and help your clients make better Social Security claiming decisions. Take it one step further and sign up for a free trial of Social Security Timing®. Use the software to help optimize your clients' Social Security benefits strategy and increase their retirement value by up to $100,000. 


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Posted by Lauren Laferla, PR & Content Marketing Manager
Lauren is a content marketing enthusiast with a love for storytelling - on camera, in writing, and through others. She has a robust communications background that includes: public relations, content creation, internal communications, digital marketing, and copy editing. Driven and motivated, Lauren holds a bachelor's degree in English and is an avid reader.