I’ve covered numerous topics on Social Security retirement benefits here at Go To Retirement. I think I’ve learned a lot doing the research. But it’s always good to get retirement planning advice and opinions from multiple sources. So today I have a tip for readers to find that advice, using questions submitted by you and others.
< The Bucks blog in the “Your Money” section of the New York Times is soliciting questions about Social Security. These questions will be submitted to a guest expert who hopefully will be answering a lot of them, perhaps in a consolidated fashion.
I’ve looked at some of the questions. Some people are quite confused and need a good education, starting with reading their annual Social Security statement. Others plead sob stories specific to them. Let’s hope that some of the questions lead to good advice about different benefit strategies for workers and their spouses.
To ask questions and/or read the answers, here is the link to Taking Questions on Social Security.