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Asked by a 56 year old man from WV on 3/31/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
You should be able to specify the withholding you want from your pension and change the amount at any time. Contact the HR department of your employer. (Read More)
Asked by someone from OK on 4/4/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
The first thing to consider is whether your husband's health insurance will continue longer than the policy you can get from the school. Once you drop either of these policies, it's unlikely you'll be able to get it again. Any claim will be paid by only one of the insurers, so the additional premiums of two policies would not gain much if ... (Read More)
Asked by someone from NH on 4/6/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
Unless you get married again, you can get up to 50% of your husband's full-retirement-age benefit as long as it's more than your own benefit. You should sign up for Medicare right away. You can handle both situations at your local SSA office. Bring your husband's Social Security number if you have it. (Read More)
Asked by someone from MN on 4/10/2014
Henry Hebeler
Henry Hebeler,  says
You should contact your local SSA office about changing payment dates. If the work from age 62 on had a year where the income was more than the wage-adjusted amount of some year before age 62, there will be an adjustment. Otherwise, you will have only inflation-adjustments. (Read More)
Asked by a 75 year old woman from GA on 4/16/2014
Tricia Drago
Tricia Drago,  says
Interest rates and closing costs do vary from lender to lender, and will also depend on which product you get. We would recommend comparing quotes to see who can get you the highest proceeds if you are considering this product. Only a licensed lender in your state can quote you fees and interest, and you should never be asked for sensitive ... (Read More)
Asked by a 77 year old man from CT on 4/16/2014
Tricia Drago
Tricia Drago,  says
If you are talking about Reverse Mortgage tenure payments you would continue to get your monthly draw down payment until the last borrower leaves the home. Once the last borrower leaves the home the reverse mortgage payments would not continue and the loan would become due. You can read more about the Top Ten Things to know if your considering ... (Read More)

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