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Social security question
2 projects | /r/financialindependence | 27 Jun 2023
ssa.tools, but yes, that's a great site for this.
Mostly clueless on our path toward Financial Independence (or less dependence)
2 projects | /r/financialindependence | 15 May 2023
Given that your earnings are very close, it likely makes sense for the slightly higher earning spouse to delay until Age 70 while the slightly lower earning spouse claims at Age 62 (technically 62 and 1 month). Learn more using these two calculators: https://ssa.tools/ and https://opensocialsecurity.com/
Social Security Calculator - Early Retirement, but waiting until 67 to take benefit
3 projects | /r/retirement | 23 Mar 2023
https://ssa.tools/ to get more detail.
Any suggestion for in-depth, free, financial planning tools?
3 projects | /r/Fire | 14 Mar 2023
https://ssa.tools/ and https://opensocialsecurity.com/
Calculating social security benefits
2 projects | /r/retirement | 28 Feb 2023
You will need to log into ssa.gov as recommended previously and see if there are enough credits from work history. There are some tools on the SSA site but for scenarios or what ifs https://opensocialsecurity.com is good, also https://ssa.tools/ is good as well.
SSN - how does it work?
2 projects | /r/Fire | 12 Feb 2023
new social security benefits
2 projects | /r/SocialSecurity | 3 Feb 2023
This is actually intended to help users determine the best claiming strategy and it does require that you enter your PIA as an input...and that is exactly what you want to know, your PIA. But you can obtain this from the SSA site with the PIA calculator at https://ssa.tools/. hmm, seems like the calculators available here may also give you the expected retirement benefit based on PIA and claiming age.
Should I take Social Security at age 62?
4 projects | /r/retirement | 16 Dec 2022
Have you ever used this free tool? I'm wondering how it compares to what the paid service predicted.4 projects | /r/retirement | 16 Dec 2022
This 3-party free tool allows you to copy & paste your earning record from the Social Security site to figure your benefit. Then this site will allow you to run different scenarios.
Paper suggests it is best to take SS at 70 (NBER is the source)
3 projects | /r/retirement | 3 Dec 2022
Then go to the 3rd party site and paste your data into there. Use that tool to estimate your PIA.
What are some alternatives?
babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate - Add Angular 1.x dependency injection annotations to ES6 code
material - Material design for AngularJS
open-social-security - Open-source calculator for determining best Social Security claiming age(s)
DuckieTV - A web application built with AngularJS to track your favorite tv-shows with semi-automagic torrent integration