HOW TO MAXIMIZE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOMES
June 14, 2013
Retirement planning is very important because believe it or not retirement is not something that is a given. In a very real sense, retirement is just a word that describes the decision to stop working. To be able to do this you're going to have to have adequate financial resources.
If you are like most people, you go to work because you need the income. To be able to retire someday you will have to be able to do without this income, and this is going to require the accumulation of significant assets.
Most Americans can get there if they plan ahead carefully and stick to the plan. Unfortunately, a lot of people live in the moment and as a result they find that they simply do not have the financial resources that it takes to put their working years behind them.
Social Security is a big help, but in and of itself it is probably not going to be enough to finance a truly comfortable retirement.
There is a way to maximize your benefit however. You can work beyond your full retirement age and earn delayed retirement credits as a result that will increase your payout by 8% for every year that you work beyond your full retirement age. You can delay applying for Social Security until you reach the age of 70.
The key to a comfortable retirement is long-term planning. If you're ready to map out a plan for the future, take action right now and arrange for a consultation with a good Redlands, CA retirement planning lawyer.