Last fall, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 changed the rules to eliminate two popular Social Security claiming strategies for married couples: File-and-Suspend, and Restricted Application.
Who should be considering this?
Anyone who has at least met the full retirement age of 66, and is not yet age 70, should be considering whether to submit a file-and-suspend request by April 29. If you or someone you know is within this age range, please share this article and be aware that you/they have a very short window to meet the deadline. Anyone who wants to be “grandfathered” under the old (current, …Read More