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My husband and I are both working; I am 67 and he is 62. If we continue to work and I start collecting my social security while still working, can he collect the spousal benefit now as well.
Asked by a 67 year old woman from Old Saybrook, CT on 10/23/2016
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Yes, but you have to ask if this is wise. I suggest that you see a certified financial planner for a one-time consultation who likely can suggest better alternatives. She will take into account your individual wages, current savings and other information.
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