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November 30, 2023

What Will Your 2024 Social Security Benefits Look Like?

In 2023, recipients of Social Security benefits saw the biggest increase in decades in their monthly checks. Although their payouts will indeed rise again in 2024, the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be more modest – just 3.2 percent, versus the nearly…

Waiting to claim Social Security benefits until you are 70 years old
April 21, 2022

Claiming Social Security Benefits at Age 70

If you are about to turn 70, congratulations on reaching a big milestone.  And if you also have delayed claiming Social Security retirement benefits up till now, you are joining a select group — only 6.5 percent of Social Security…

Social Security Administration
October 22, 2021

The New Road to Retirement

Thank you to our friends at the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys for sharing this article with us. The Social Security cost-of-living adjustment for 2022 could be 6% to 6.1%, according to the latest estimate from The Senior Citizens…

Incentives to Keep Working While You Collect Social Security

In general, it is better to wait as long as possible before taking Social Security benefits, but sometimes it is necessary to start taking benefits early. However, if you are able to continue working while receiving benefits, you may be able to increase your overall benefit. For more information on how work affects Social Security call Strohschein Law Group. We help clients everyday plan for the future. (630) 377-3241

July 27, 2015

Married Three Times, Am I Entitled to Social Security Benefits From Any of My Husbands?

Strohschein Law Group hosts lunch and learns in-house every quarter. Coming up on Tuesday, October 20th Linda Strohschein will be presenting on this very topic “Social Security Benefits.” She will explain your options if you are teetering on taking benefits at the age of 62 or waiting until retirement age, as well as spousal benefits. Find out how to maximize your lifetime benefits.

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