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Government Spells Out the New Social Security Rules

Boomers who are in their sixties, tune in: The Social Security Administration has finally issued official guidance on the phase-out of two popular claiming strategies, and if you qualify, you need to act quickly. The agency issued an emergency message … Continue reading

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Year-End Tax Tips for Individuals 2015-2016

ALEXANDRIA, VA. (NOVEMBER 30, 2015) BY MICHAEL COHN (Accounting Today)   The National Society of Accountants has released some suggested year-end tax tips for individuals, courtesy of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US. Individual income tax rates of 10, 15, … Continue reading

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Social Security – Navigating The Effective Date Deadlines For The New File-And-Suspend And Restricted Application Rules

Michael Kitces NOVEMBER 4, 2015         With last week’s “surprise” legislation that revealed Congress is killing the File-and-Suspend and Restricted Application claiming strategies for maximizing Social Security benefits, even those who weren’t previously aware of the strategies … Continue reading

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2016 SOCIAL SECURITY CHANGES

Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA): Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits will not automatically increase in 2016 as there was no increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-W) from the third quarter of 2014 to the third quarter of … Continue reading

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