GCSRi Publishing Releases a New Social Security Book about the New Rules and How to Maximize Benefits

Social Security: Maximize Your Benefits (2nd Edition)

Over the next 20 years, each day 10,000 people in the US will be turning 65 years-old. Many of these folks are unaware of the Social Security retirement benefits to which they are entitled. For example, April 29, 2016, is the last day for qualified couples to submit a File-and-Suspend application for benefits. If you were at least 62 as of December 31, 2015, you are eligible to file a Restricted Application if you file before December 31, 2019. Are you unfamiliar with these types of Social Security applications? Get all the details you need in “Social Security: Maximize Your Benefits (2nd Edition)”.

The Social Security Handbook has over 2,700 rules governing benefits. The Program Operating System (POMs) has thousands more. It is no wonder that many people do not have a good understanding of their Social Security benefits. Frequently, because of a lack of insights these individuals will not receive all the benefits they could receive. Knowing the right questions to ask is critical to maximizing Social Security benefits. Bestselling Wall Street Journal author Kathleen Sindell, Ph.D. has taught and written about financial management for the last 20 years. Sindell’s latest book “Social Security: Maximize Your Benefits, 2nd Edition” is easy-to-understand and provides “just the facts” about getting the highest retirement benefits possible.

You’ll discover how same-sex, married and unmarried couples can coordinate claiming strategies to gain the maximum benefits. Find out how delaying Social Security benefits can have a direct effect on the financial well-being of a surviving spouse. Understand what divorced spouses need to do to receive the highest amount of lifetime benefits and how to choose between claiming their own or their ex-spouses benefits. Get a hold of how singles need to decide the true value of not claiming until 70. Become aware of how families with minor dependent children (or disabled children) should investigate the start-stop-start strategy to decide if it is best for boosting income when it is needed most. Grasp how survivors can optimize benefits by being flexible when determining the order in which they claim benefits.

Social Security: Maximize Your Benefits (2nd Edition)” by Kathleen Sindell, Ph.D., a bestselling Wall Street Journal author, shows how to select the optimal claiming strategy that apply to your personal financial circumstance. Follow step-by-step instructions to maximizing your Social Security benefits. You can quickly select what works best for you from dozens of examples, figures, tables, and graphs.
Take advantage of “Social Security: Maximize Your Benefits (2nd Edition)”, GCSRi Publishing (April 2016) ISBN10: 0692685316, ISBN-13:978-0692685310, Paperback: $9.75, Kindle: $2.99. Available at Amazon.com and through local bookstores.

About ksindell

Kathleen Sindell, Ph.D. is the author of numerous academic, popular, and professional finance articles, Web sites, proposals, and books. This includes the bestselling reference book, “Investing Online for Dummies, Eds 1-5” (listed for two consecutive years on the Wall Street Journal’s Bestselling Business Book List). Her most recent book “Social Security: Maximize your Benefits” has been listed in Amazon’s Top 100 Bestselling Retirement Planning Books. It is important to note that “Social Security: Maximize Your Benefits, 2nd Edition” was just released.

Sindell has an in-depth understanding of the financial services industry and has held Series 7, 63, and 65 licenses. Dr. Sindell is regularly tapped as a financial services expert on ABC World News, The Nightly Business Report, and at popular online and print outlets. Kathleen Sindell, Ph.D. is a member of the Board of Directors for the Financial Planning Association, National Capital Area (FPA NCA), is on the Editorial Advisory Panel of the Journal of Financial Planning, and is Co-Chair of the Metro Washington Financial Planning Day. Sindell is a Course Chair II, CFP Program Academic Officer, and adjunct full-professor at the University of Maryland, UMUC, School of Undergraduate Studies.

Contact Information: ksindell@kathleensindell.com or 703-299-1700

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