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Senior Marriage and Social Security: Rules to Know

You may want to push the pause button before taking that walk down the aisle if you're close to retirement and counting on income from Social Security. There are some important rules you need to know to time that wedding day to maximize your Social Security benefits.

The most uncomplicated scenario would be getting married for the first time, with no ex-spouse or deceased

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