*According to the Social Security Administration a one-time death
benefit of $255.00 is available to surviving spouses. Source: Social
*The retirement crisis in the United States just
continues to get worse. According to the Employee Benefit Research
Institute, 46% of all American workers have less than $10,000 saved for
retirement, and 29% of all American workers have less than $1,000 saved
*How many trees? In hopes of saving $1 billion over 10 years, the
Department of Treasury has decided that new Social Security applicants
should be required to receive their checks via direct deposit. This move
could save about 12 million pounds of paper.
*SS full retirement ages
*If you delay retirement you will earn an increase for each year you delay up to the age of 70!
*According to the SSA, 62 is the earliest age people can collect a
reduced Social Security retirement payment
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