AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust: Little-Known Rules of Social Security

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Members of the military pay into Social Security just as civilian employees do, and when you retire you can receive both your military and Social Security benefits.

But claiming Social Security benefits can be tricky. To help you get the most from your retirement income, we’ve listed a few things to know that could make a big difference.

Keep reading for more about:

1. How Your Benefits Are Calculated
2. Either Way, You’re Playing the Odds
3. Yes, You Can Still Work…
4. Disability Payments
5. Claiming an Ex’s Earnings


DisclaimerUSA Patriot Act: To help fight the funding of terriorism and mney laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. The term “account” shall be understood to include all products and account services.


Information provided by AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust LLC is not intended to be tax or legal advice. Nothing contained in this communication should be interpreted as such. We encourage you to seek guidance from your tax or legal advisor. Past performance does not guarantee future results.


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