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What is Social Security Full Retirement Age (FRA)?

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What does the Social Security Administration mean when it refers to Full Retirement Age (FRA) and how can it impact your Social Security retirement benefits? This short video shows how early retirement before FRA reduces Social Security benefit amounts. There is also a short explanation of taxes on Social Security benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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What are the qualification steps for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?

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If you or a family member has a disability, you may qualify for certain Social Security benefits, including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments. This short video shows the qualification steps for SSDI benefits, using a flow chart from the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. There is also a short explanation of taxes on Social Security benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.

SSDI and SSI at the same time: is it possible?

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While it is possible to claim SSDI and SSI at the same time, it is unlikely that you will be able to do so. As Social Security Disability Attorney Jonathan Ginsberg explains in this video, SSDI payments come from tax money that you have paid into the system while working, whereas SSI functions as a welfare program and does not depend on work credits (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation). You cannot generate work credits from collecting SSI so a long-time SSI recipient cannot suddenly become eligible for SSDI.

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What is the difference between SSI & SSDI?

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Lawrence & Associates attorney Danielle L. Rodriguez explains the difference between Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and how to determine which you may qualify for. (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation)

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Social Security benefits for spouses, children, and parents

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Disability and Aging Rights Attorney Sue Augustus discusses Social Security benefits for spouses, children, and parents in this brief video published by Equip for Equality in Illinois (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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When Is The Best Time To Retire?

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Is age 62, the earliest you can start collecting Social Security, the right time to retire? Should you wait until Social Security Full Retirement Age of around age 66 or do you push retirement back even later? Does it make sense to retire sooner? Retirement Planning expert and Certified Financial Planner Brian Fricke offers his insight into when the best time to retire might be for you.

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How much money will you receive from Social Security disability benefits?

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Interested in calculating how much money you will receive from Social Security disability benefits if approved? Sharon Christie, a leading Social Security disability benefits lawyer in Baltimore, Md, outlines how much money you will receive from Social Security once approved (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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Are your Social Security benefits taxable?

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One of the most common questions about Social Security is whether benefits are taxable.  Money Evolution’s investment advisor, Bill Lethemon, says that the answer to that question is probably yes (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation). He breaks it down in this five-minute video.

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Can you work and collect Social Security benefits?

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Your decision on when to start collecting Social Security benefits is a personal one depending on your own specific situation. This Savvy Women Wealth Management video (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation) explains that you can work while you receive Social Security retirement benefits, however if you are younger than full retirement age and make more than the yearly earnings limit, your earnings may reduce your benefit amount.

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How Social Security benefits are calculated on a $50,000 salary

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Social Security is an essential part of retiring in the United States. Nearly nine of ten people aged 65 and older receive benefits, which are based on your income, the year you were born and the age you decided to start taking money out. How it’s calculated, however, is anything but simple. CNBC Television explains how the math is broken down and how much you can expect to earn in Social Security benefits on a $50,000 salary (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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