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62, Full Retirement or 70?

...when do I collect Social Security?
...what is a spouse benefit?
...how do I maximize my lifetime retirement benefit?

For answers to these important questions you will need to do the research, talk to your financial advisor, consider your health and that of your spouse, and run the numbers using the SSCalc.net Social Security calculator.


Spousal & Survivor Benefits!

The calculator provides you and a spouse with estimated real and discounted Social Security retirement, spousal and survivor benefits plus investment gains on those benefits.

Input dates of birth and projected starting benefits from your latest Social Security statements or one of the calculators available at www.ssa.gov.

Calculations are completed to age 100 or ages that you input.

For the individual, compare three retirement options -- retire early at 62, retire at Full Retirement Age (FRA) or take delayed retirement at 70.

For the married couple, compare nine retirement options for you and your spouse.

Vary the rate inputs to see the impact of higher or lower inflation and investment returns on your accumulated benefits.

Single       Married
YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT
Date of Birth
At Age 62  a month
At FRA  a month
At Age 70  a month
SPOUSE SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT
Date of Birth
At Age 62  a month
At FRA  a month
At Age 70  a month
RATES
SS COLA  %
Inflation Rate  %
Investment Rate  %
LIFESPAN
Your Age  yrs
Spouse Age  yrs
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