Social Security Workshop

Learn How the New 2015 Law May Limit the Time You Have to Take Advantage of Social Security Claiming Strategies

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 will affect how individuals maximize their total retirement income. Two of the most powerful claiming strategies that F3E has used to increase lifetime retirement benefits by as much as $50,000 will be eliminated.

The good news is that they’ve given us a 6 month timeline after the bill was enacted to implement existing strategies that will be grandfathered in. Do not think that the recent changes only impact married couples. Single adults, divorcees, and parents with a dependent or disabled child will also feel the pain.

With tens of thousands of lifetime dollars at stake, F3E is offering a new 90 minute course on what the new rules of the game are & what strategies are currently available to those that need to act before April 30th.

Social Security Program Curriculum

Learn strategies to maximize your social security benefits by learning:

  • Special Strategies & their new time limits that could potentially increase your benefits
  • New claiming rules for married couples, divorced individuals and minor children
  • Breakeven Analysis—Should you collect at 62, 66, or 70?
  • Delayed retirement credits—Earn 8% per year guaranteed for 4 & 8 years
  • File & suspend—File for your social security suspend & let your spouse collect 50% of your benefits
  • Learn how to collect IRA’s & let your social security grow 8% per year
  • How are your benefits calculated & strategies to increase them
  • How cost of living adjustments affect your social security
  • Special strategies for married couples, divorced individuals and minor children

Legal Disclaimer

The Foundation for Financial Education, F3E, is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is strictly educational and non-commercial. The purpose of the workshops is to provide valuable financial information to the participants that attend, and no specific products or companies are discussed, endorsed, or sold. F3E educational courses and workshops are for general education purposes. Attendees should seek the assistance of a financial or tax professional familiar with the course to implement any of the ideas and strategies taught in the course.

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