“On average $14,000 of Social Security benefits are lost by married couples in retirement. For those people earning higher amounts of income, the numbers exceed $20,000. For those fortunate to max out the Social Security benefit formula, the amount lost can easily exceed over $100,000 using average life expectancies. In the last group, those living longer than average could be losing over $200,000 in lifetime Social Security benefits.” – Ken Davis, CLU, ChFC, CFP, CPA.
Ken and I go through the basic Social Security benefits for married couples that appear to be unknown to the public at large, as well as advisors.
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Steve Savant is the host of the daily producer show, Let’s Get Down to Business, and the weekly consumer show, Steve Savant’s Money, the Name of the Game. Steve is the number one online author and videographer of insurance content. During his 30-year career in the financial services industry,... More
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