Social Security Planning
There is a lot more to planning your Social Security benefits than just deciding whether to start them at age 62, Full Retirement Age, or 70.
Your situation can determine what plan of action is best for you. Things like coordinating benefits between spouses, health and longevity, dependent care, private and public pension offsets, taxation of benefits, and many other particulars can make a huge difference as to when, who, and how benefits are received.
As a National Social Security Advisor certificate holder, Brent Dickerson is able to take your situation into account and maximize your social security benefits.
Understanding how the SSA calculates your benefits from early to full and delayed; with all the other considerations for survivors, dependents, disability, and children you need someone to help advise in the right direction - something you will never get from the order takes at the social security local office.