Podcast 28 — Five Ways You Can Make the Best Social Security Decisions for You

Believe it or not, but many people spend more time making decisions around purchasing a car than they do around their Social Security. 

But you only get to file for Social Security once. 

So, how can you make the best Social Security decisions for you and your needs? Find out in today’s episode as Jeremy Keil guides you through five helpful tips that will allow you to make the most of your Social Security decision-making!

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Reasons to maximize both your and your spouse’s benefits
  • Why Social Security pays out more than income annuities
  • How to play the Social Security odds in your favor
  • Why your advisor should be asking you about your past relationships 
  • And more!

Listen now and get ready to learn how you can make the most of your Social Security! 

Resources:  Keil Financial Partners | 3 Keys You Should Know Before Choosing a Financial Advisor  | 6 Questions Retirees Aren’t Asking But Should Be | Subscribe 

How to Make Smarter Decisions to Improve Social Security for Women — With Marcia Mantell | Blog: Is Social Security Going Broke? | longevityillustrator.org

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Keil Financial Partners does not provide legal, accounting, or tax advice. Consult your attorney or tax professional. Representatives have general knowledge of the Social Security tenets. For complete details on your situation, contact the Social Security Administration.