5 Important Social Security Questions You Should Know
For many retirees, Social Security benefits form the foundation of their retirement income plan. In order to help make sure the rest of your retirement house is solid, this foundational stream of income has to be laid properly as it pertains to your entire situation.
We have put together an informative brochure that helps answer the following questions:
- What is your Social Security amount?
- When is the best time to start taking your Social Security benefit?
- Are there different options if you are married?
- Does earning additional income while you are on Social Security impact the value of your benefit?
- Do you pay tax on your Social Security benefit?
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Your Social Security retirement benefit represents a lifetime’s worth of savings, time, and work. It is most likely your oldest and largest retirement account. Although most Americans are familiar with the basics of Social Security, very few are aware of the many strategies available to potentially increase their benefit amount. There are over 500 ways to file for Social Security benefits. It could be worth your time to look into some of the many strategies available when filing for Social Security Benefits.
At LaTour Advisory Group, Inc., we believe Information is Power. Our goal is to inform individuals on the many strategies available when filing for Social Security benefits and equip them with the information they need to make an educated decision on how and when to file for benefits. Each individual represents a different set of circumstances, needs and goals. With Social Security making up the foundation of the average retiree’s income, it is important to look at the options available to potentially maximize this income.
You have worked hard to create this savings and we can potentially help you get the most out of your Social Security Benefit. Call us Today, It’s your Money!
LaTour Advisory Group Inc. and LaTour Asset Management, LLC and Joseph LaTour is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Social Security Administration or any government agency.