Date:Thursday, June 12, 2014 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Hamlet Golf & Country Club
1 Club Drive, Commack
Free and open to the public
Janet Russell at 631.390.5000 or RSVP@conalaw.com
Confused about your Social Security options? Should you take at age 62? Defer until later? What are the risks and benefits? Join Cona Elder Law Partner Paul Hyl, Esq. and Brian D’Anna, Vice President, Blackrock, to learn the Social Security rules and strategies.
Nearly 40% of people start taking Social Security benefits at age 62, the earliest age possible. However, if you start receiving your benefits at age 62, you end up receiving a reduced monthly benefit. Each year you delay the start of your Social Security - up until age 70 - the higher your monthly benefit. While most people retiring with pension benefits educate themselves about the different options and ways they can take their pension, people make uneducated choices regarding their Social Security benefits.
Learn how you can maximize your Social Security income, including the break even points based upon the age at which you start receiving benefits and options such as file and suspend, receiving benefits early based on your spouse's or ex-spouse's record and waiting until age 70 to begin collecting on your own record.
We hope you can join us for this special event!