When Should I Start Social Security?
For most Americans, Social Security benefits are an important source of retirement income. SageVest Wealth Management advisors can help you understand and maximize your benefit options in retirement.
- Should you start Social Security benefits early at age 62?
- Waiting until your full Social Security retirement age.
- Deferring Social Security to the maximum age of 70.
Retirement Pension Benefits
If you’re fortunate to be entitled to a pension, our advisors help you to make decisions about pension options and evaluate the security your benefits offer.
Additional Social Security Resources
Following are a number of additional resources that SageVest has identified regarding Social Security and pension benefits.
- Your online Social Security Statement includes your earnings history and estimated benefits.
- Social Security FAQs – Answers to the most frequently asked questions.
- Retirement Age Calculator – When is my Social Security full retirement age?
- National Association of Social Insurance – How much income will Social Security replace?
- Earnings In Retirement – Can I work and claim retirement benefits?
- Cost of Living Adjustment – What is my Social Security COLA?
- Estimate Your Retirement Benefits – Based on your 35 highest earning years of employment.
- The Windfall Elimination Provision can reduce benefit provisions for some Federal, state and other government employees.
- Applying for Social Security – How to claim retirement benefits.
- Survivor Benefits – For widows, widowers, children, and other surviving family members.