The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 made what some would consider significant changes to a few key Social Security filing strategies. Specifically, the legislation removed some well-known Social Security loopholes that were used by many to increase spousal benefits. But, one of those loopholes was phased out over time, which means it could still be used by some.
Listen in to hear more about the restricted filing strategy, which could be used if one spouse was born in 1953 or earlier, and if the other spouse is already receiving Social Security. But, this loophole is closing quickly, so tune in to this mini episode to learn more!
Resources mentioned in the show
[Blog] A Social Security Loophole that still Exist
[Blog] Social Security: 7 Crucial Mistakes & How to Avoid Them
[Podcast] Retirement Power Hour, Episode 9, Six Social Security Mistakes you Need to Avoid
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