You may have heard about the status of Social Security in the news lately, much of which was presented as bad news. This was initiated because the Social Security Board of Trustees released their annual report to the public on Monday, April 22, 2019.
If you are already on Medicare, or getting ready to enroll, you want to make sure you take advantage of the benefits offered, without increasing your costs. There may be ways you can lower your out-of-pocket expenses as well.
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The Social Security defines Full Retirement Age (FRA) as the age at which you are entitled to receive your full Social Security benefits known as Primary Insurance Amount (PIA).
The government is updating Medicare cards to remove Social Security Numbers and replace them with Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers. Do you have yours?
When you claim Social Security benefits prior to your Social Security defined Full Retirement Age (FRA) and continue to work, your benefits will be subject to the earnings test.