I previously discussed a loophole in the Social Security law that allows current retirees to pay back the benefits they’ve received (without interest) and restart the Social Security clock at a higher benefit level. Recently, I discovered two additional unusual Social Security strategies.
Boston College maintains a Center for Retirement Research that publishes all sorts of interesting working papers and studies about retirement. Recently, the center published a short worksheet discussing three Social Security strategies that it dubbed “Strange, but True.”
The first item is the scheme that I discussed back in May; it arises from a loophole that …Read More