Two identical individuals can retire at the same time, but one can receive much more money from their Social Security. So what’s the difference? One has a retirement strategy, the other does not. You can always tell who’s going to get the shorter of the Social Security “stick”.
It’s a big deal for that person who receives the short end. It can mean tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in the lifetime of retirement.
We know they take Social Security out of each check and it’s gonna be there when we retire, but you don’t necessarily think about doing something to make sure you get that money back. Unfortunately, that’s why you have to have a plan.
A customized analysis is essential because there’s no one-size-fits-all. You need to look at the exact timing, the precise timing of when and how you should claim your benefits. When your spouse should take the benefits. Also, how to minimize the tax on your Social Security.
If you’re not Michael Jordan or Brett Favre, you only retire once. A regular Joe will want to make the right decision. If you saved at least $200,000 for retirement, be one of the first ten callers right now to call 801-701-8881 for a free customized analysis.
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