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Substantial Earnings Years of Credit
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Why I Became a Financial Planner

Substantial Earnings Years of Credit

How does the substantial earnings years of credit work for Windfall Elimination Provision?

In this article I wanted to expand on a question that came in via the comments recently, because it addresses a theme I’ve seen often:

I have several years where I was just under the substantial earnings cutoff and 25 that are way over. Do you get partial credit for the years that did not reach the substantial floor?

Overview of Substantial Earnings

When your Social Security benefits are subject to the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP), there is a way to reduce and possibly eliminate the effect …

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Why I Became a Financial Planner

As my financial planning practice grows, I’ve noticed that people are asking me how to become a financial planner.  The other day, I answered an email from someone asking how to become a financial planner.  It was at that point that two things occurred to me:

  • At the time of this writing, I’ll have written about 150 articles on this website. None of them talks about why I became a financial planner.
  • Military in Transition contains an “About Me” page, but it doesn’t really explain my journey from the military to becoming a financial planner.

This article is a first …

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