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Aim Inc. Blog: social security maximization

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"What Customers Have To Say About AIM Inc..."     I, Thelma Powers, have known Harry Anand for the last 8 years and we have invested our retirement money with one of the retirement plans Harry had offered us. Since then our money has been growing every year. READ MORE >>

If you plan to retire in 2018, now is the time to start planning for your transition into retirement. You will need to set up new health insurance, max out your workplace benefits while you still can and take last-minute steps to sure up your finances. Here are seven ways to make sure you’re ready to retire next year. READ MORE >>

How Big Would Your Social Security Check Be If You Wait Until Age 70? Depending on your situation, waiting to file for benefits could be a smart financial move. Social Security is a pivotal source of income for seniors when they eventually hang their work gloves up for good. READ MORE >>

5 Changes to Social Security in 2017 If you collect Social Security, plan to claim your benefits, or pay Social Security taxes, here's what you need to know for 2017. As 2017 draws near, there are several changes to Social Security that current and future beneficiaries should be aware of. READ MORE >>

Q&A: Is my Social Security income taxable?   Q: I am age 71. I started receiving Social Security benefits four months prior to age 66. My wife started at age 65. I have worked up until June 15, 2015. My CPA said I had to pay income tax on my Social Security benefit because my income exceeded a certain figure. READ MORE >>

Q&A: Does $0 income later mean I should take Social Security early? Changes are coming to Social Security . Here's what you need to know Q: I retired at age 55. I also know that my Social Security earnings statement assumes that I’ll work until full retirement age. READ MORE >>

A Strategy to Maximize Social Security Benefits A look at how some couples can still use the ‘file and suspend’ strategy and other issues Planning for retirement can be a daunting process that raises a host of questions. So we introduce Ask Encore as a regular feature in the Wealth Management and the Investing in Funds & ETFs reports. READ MORE >>

SOCIAL SECURITY MAXIMIZATION According to the SOCIAL SECURITY Administration, over 59 million Americans will receive SOCIAL SECURITY benefits in 2017. This will increase in the coming years. If you are one of the many individuals who will be eligible for Social Security soon, the following are just a few of the steps that you can take to maximize your benefits. READ MORE >>

What's the Maximum SOCIAL SECURITY Benefit in 2017? Q. What is the maximum benefit you can get from SOCIAL SECURITY this year? And how hard is it to qualify for that amount? A. To answer your second question first, qualifying for the maximum SOCIAL SECURITY benefit is very difficult—it's the equivalent of winning a benefits Powerball. READ MORE >>

Here's when you should claim Social Security early Social Security is all about timing. The earliest you can claim your retirement benefits is 62, and more than 40 percent of workers opt to begin receiving checks at that time. However, a growing number are waiting until their mid-60s or later, according to Boston College's Center for Retirement Research. READ MORE >>

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