4 Strategies for Boosting Your Social Security and Spousal Benefits

Here are four strategies couples can use to help increase their combined Social Security income.
These approaches were written into Social Security law to encourage retirees to delay taking benefits, reducing costs for the Social Security trust fund. To use them, you must both be at “full retirement age” (eligible for 100% of your Social Security benefits) in all but one case. Full retirement age is 66 to 67, depending upon when you were born.


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