Part of Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage), Extra Help helps people with limited income and resources pay for part of their prescription drug coverage premiums, annual deductibles, and prescription co-payments.
I reach my full retirement age of 66 in May 2014. Friends told me that I could collect full Social Security retirement as of January 2014 and still be able to work and make as much money as I can. Is this correct?
My young children receive Social Security survivors benefits because their father died several years ago. I will remarry in a few months. Will the children lose their survivors benefits if my new husband adopts them?
I started Social Security retirement at age 62, received benefits for more than a year, then returned to work. I am ready to stop working again and restart my retirement. Will my Social Security amount be higher now because I am older? I am age 65 with a full retirement age of 66.
Only your gross wages or net income from self-employment is considered for annual earnings test purposes. Rental income will not affect your Social Security benefits, nor does income of your spouse, dividends, other investment earnings, interest, most pensions, annuities and capital gains.
Howard Kossover answers the question: I was widowed after a long marriage, remarried for a few years and then divorced. At age 61, I am not married now. Can I receive Social Security benefits through the record of my first husband?
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