Explore strategies to help maximize your Social Security benefit.
If you’re like many retirees, your Social Security benefit represents years and years of savings and hard work, and may be the foundation upon which you plan to build and grow your retirement income. Though most Americans have some basic familiarity and knowledge on the topic, far less are able to determine — on their own — the optimal way to file so they are able to maximize their benefit and carefully integrate it into the rest of their retirement plan.
At Financial Longevity Advisory, LLC, we help our valued clients develop an understanding of their Social Security benefit, and both educate and inform them on the optimal time to start accepting their benefit. According to the Social Security Administration1, delaying your benefit may potentially increase your benefit amount by as much as eight percent per year.
There is a lot to know about Social Security, and it is important for you to be educated so that you head into retirement with a plan on how you will rely on your benefits. Our firm is committed to helping you get the most you can out of your benefit, so you can take one step closer toward the comfortable and enjoyable retirement you’ve been working so hard for! In order to help ensure you are maximizing your Social Security benefit, you should have a firm understanding of this complex matter.
We have put together an informative brochure that helps answer the following questions:
- What is your Social Security benefit amount?
- What are the Social Security benefit filing options to help achieve your maximum lifetime income?
- 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 benefit?
Please contact us to receive your brochure today!
Michael Quarles, Financial Longevity Advisory, LLC and Gradient Advisors, LLC are not affiliated with or endorsed by the Social Security Administration or any government agency. This content is for informational purposes only and should not be used to make any financial decisions.