How to Maximize Your Social Security (For Beginners)

You’ve worked hard and paid your fair share, now Social Security will let you retire in peace. Right?

Well for many disgruntled Americans that has not been the case.

The average Social Security benefit at the start of 2019 was just $622 shy of falling below the poverty line.

But don’t worry, thanks to a legal and proven technique, anyone can potentially boost their monthly benefit

by as much as $890.07 per month.

Here’s how:

Step 1: Check Your Birthdate

The quickest and easiest way to tell if you qualify is to answer this question

Were you born after 1943?

If so, you’re able to potentially receive the maximum upgrade to your benefits package.

That’s great news because with life expectancy rising every year, your retirement could last decades longer. 

This extra $890.07  can make a HUGE difference.

However, just because you fall into this age range doesn’t mean you should go out and apply for benefits right away.

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Step 2: Prepare To Act

If this is your first time hearing about this technique, don’t worry it’s very simple to do.

Once you’ve confirmed that you’re born after 1943 you’re ready to start adding as much as $890.07 per month to your benefits.

Now you should gather the information Social Security will require when you give them a call or apply online.

This includes documents about yourself and the nature of your work.

Step 3: Stretch That Extra Money Even Further

Of course, this is just one of many strategies you can use to help you save money in retirement.

And a lot of people have been discovering these money-saving and income boosting secrets for themselves.

We’ve laid out 46 of our favorite strategies in our #1 best-selling book The Little Black Book of Income Secrets.

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