Darice Tsai would like to invite you to an Edward Jones and Franklin Templeton event titled "Securing Social Security"
Deciding on a strategy for claiming Social Security benefits might not be as complex if you worked long enough to earn the required number of quarters and was never married. However, when you add two-income couples and/or divorce into the mix, both historically high among baby boomers, the decisions become very complicated. Making the wrong choices can result in less income for the rest of your life.
Join us for Securing Social Security to learn more about surprisingly complex situations including:
When to claim Social Security benefits
How being married, divorced or widowed impacts your benefits
How to potentially give your Social Security check a boost
How benefits for one spouse can be affected depending on many factors, including when and how the other spouse files
This presentation will educate you on the many decisions involved in claiming Social Security, as well as their consequences, and provide strategies to maximize the benefits received.
Important Zoom Details:
Date and time: Thursday, October 28th @ 4pm
To register, click the following link. If the link does not work, copy and paste it into your address bar.