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Asked by someone from MO on 9/3/2014
Steve Chen
Steve Chen,  says
If your question is regarding a reverse mortgage, then the answer is no - according to the HUD web site " 4. What types of homes are eligible? To be eligible for the FHA HECM, your home must be a single family home or a 2-4 unit home with one unit occupied by the borrower. HUD-approved condominiums and manufactured homes that meet FHA ... (Read More)
Asked by someone from WA on 9/2/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
An inheritance would only affect your Social Security benefit if you got some income from it and your age was less than your full-retirement-age. (Read More)
Asked by someone from MS on 9/8/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
You can get the larger of your own benefit or part of the full-retirement-age benefit that your x husband had because you were married more than ten years. Go to your local SSA office to set this up. (Read More)
Asked by someone from LA on 9/15/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
If the part of your retirement savings you withdraw is only from the income on which you have already been taxed, it should not have an impact on your Social Security benefit. You might consider starting your social security benefits after your full-retirement-age (about 66) to get the largest spousal benefit. (Read More)
Asked by someone from GA on 9/17/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
No, he can't "file and suspend" benefits until he reaches his full-retirement-age (about 66). (Read More)
Asked by someone from PA on 9/22/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
This is better asked of the Social Security Administration, but I believe that it's when you start collecting benefits and after the SSA learns of your working income from the IRS, so you may have some retroactive adjustments. (Read More)

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