On Nov. 2., 2015, President Obama signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015. The bill, which had obtained overwhelming support in Congress from both political parties, was originally intended to raise federal spending and debt limits through 2017. Several seemingly unrelated measures were also incorporated into it. Specifically, the bill (now law) ends two popular and well-used Social Security retirement benefit claiming strategies, “File-and-Suspend” and “Restricted Application.”
Please click on the following link for answers to a few commonly asked questions regarding these recent changes to Social Security, in addition to an explanation of the new rules and how they could impact your long-term, comprehensive financial plan.
What You Need to Know About Changes to Social Security
Should you have any questions, please contact Chris Bedient, HBE Wealth Management Financial Advisor, at (402) 423-4343.