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When to file for Social Security could possibly be one of the most important retirement decisions you can make, and you typically only get the chance to make it one time.  As you may already know, benefits available under Social Security have undergone a major re-vamping of strategies available to you and major rule changes were passed in the fall of 2015 through the Bipartisan Act of 2015.  Due to this Act, changes were implemented by the Social Security Administration (SSA) on January 1, 2016, included in these changes are time-frames that are important for you to follow.  Is it possible that you may plan on mis-managing one of your largest assets for retirement because you haven't done ANY research?  If you would like information on how to enhance your Social Security payment, please fill in your information and we will send you our complimentary guide "Social Security Under the New Law" to help get you up to speed on these changes and how they can impact your Social Security retirement income.  In addition, you will also receive a one page report on the new filing rules as of January 1, 2016. Even though many changes went into effect on January 1st, 2016, there are still many opportunities to increase your Social Security payment.  In fact, you have the opportunity to increase your payment by as much as 76% by following a few guidelines, and, allow your spouse to increase his/her payment as well by using the same key strategies that are recognized by the SSA!  In addition, we can provide you with a simple, no-cost, no-obligation report that will provide step-by-step instructions on how you can increase your Social Security payment.  Thanks for stopping by, we look forward to helping your retirement flourish!

Social Security Under the New Law

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Social Security Under the New Law