Understanding Social Security Nuances: Spousal, Widowed, and Divorced Benefits
It’s no secret that Social Security can seem very complicated, even for your, normal retirement benefit. Layer on any life-complexities and some may feel like they need a doctorate to understand it all!
Cue our friends at MFS, who prepared several FAQ documents to help clear up the confusion around Spousal Benefits, Benefits for Widows & Widowers, and Divorced Spouse Benefits. If you are married, divorced, or widowed, understanding how these nuances work can help you maximize the benefit amounts you are eligible to receive.
Click the links below and feel free to share them with anyone else you know that may find the info valuable!
Social Security: Spousal Benefits FAQ
Social Security: Divorced Spouse Benefits FAQ
Social Security: Widows & Widowers FAQ
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