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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Ansonia Library to host workshop on benefits

ANSONIA - The public is invited to attend a complimentary educational workshop April 16 and repeated April 23 from 1-3 p.m. at the Ansonia Library, 53 S. Cliff St.

When to collect Social Security may be the single most important decision you make when it comes to your retirement.
There are a number of common mistakes people make when signing up for benefits. A most basic one is, don’t assume you can draw full benefits at age 65 because the rules have changed.

This is a great opportunity to learn key concepts you need to know before applying for Social Security.
Several little-known strategies may boost lifetime benefits and increase retirement income by tens of thousands.

We will inform you about:
How Social Security benefits are calculated and the advanced planning required to increase them.
Why married couples can miss out on significant lifetime sums. (We suggest spouses attend.)
Special strategies for married couples, divorced individuals and minor children. 
Case studies that will show you the advantages of some of these strategies.

Join hosts Michael Alimo and David Weyner as they help you navigate important retirement decisions.

For information or to register call the Ansonia Library, 203-734-6728.


This is a press release from Joyce Ceccarelli, Director, Ansonia Library.

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