Does it make sense for you to work and collect Social Security at the same time? It’s a complicated question, but we’re here to make it easier to connect you to the resources that can help you decide what’s right for you.
Whether you're married, divorced or widowed, you may be able to use spousal benefits to increase your monthly Social Security check. Eligibility rules can be confusing. Register for AARP’s special webinar on Social Security and let us help you understand the details.
AARP Connecticut provided members of the Finance, Revenue & Bonding Committee with testimony in regards to Proposed SB 6 (an Act Exempting Social Security Income from the Personal Income Tax), Proposed HB 6558 (an Act Exempting Social Security Benefits from the Personal Income Tax) and Proposed HB 5587 (an Act Concerning a Tax Exemption for Seniors’ Social Security Benefits).
We’ve been hearing from many of you about Medicare and Social Security -- and we are listening. Rest assured we will do everything we can to protect your hard-earned benefits.
The 2016 elections will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and your vote counts more than ever. We created an election guide on the AARP Connecticut local community web page to help you get ready. So visit the sub-topic page on the site where you can find a Take A Stand Congressional Action Chart, lookup polling places in your community, where your candidates stand on Social Security, and more.
AARP’s Take A Stand campaign is pressing every presidential candidate to tell voters their plan to update Social Security so we can keep the promise to future generations. Visit www.2016takeastand.org for more information.
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