Updated with 2017 Changes
Frequently Asked Questions
It may help you get bigger benefits, or more benefits, or earlier retirement, spouse or widow benefits. You will know more about Social Security than anyone else in the neighborhood. It is important to your future to know as much as possible about Social Security. I sell my book to average citizens, accountants, financial planners, lawyers and personnel departments who understand the value of Social Security knowledge.
Absolutely, you need to learn about the different benefits, programs and options. If you find an insider tip that will get you more money, you can change your case to get the additional benefits. Furthermore, reading my workbook should clear up any confusion you had during your Social Security interview. Knowledge is always valuable.
After 31 years of explaining Social Security to the public, I developed a knack for explaining the complex information in simple terms. My workbook contains many easy to follow examples to clear up any questions. It is the perfect lenght: long enough to cover everything but short enough to not overwhelm you.
Working as a Claims Representative at Social Security, I went the extra mile to explain the various options so claimants received the largest retirement, spouse and survivor benefits possible. During my twenty-five years as a supervisor reviewing cases, I learned where mistakes can occur by the public and Social Security workers.
I am always monitoring Social Security operations manuals and material from private sources for any changes in rules or new tips. In addition, from feedback I get from readers, I make revisions to clarify material that would make the book easier to understand. Since I print the book on a flow basis, I am able to make changes immediately. For example, my last update was February 2017 to cover the changes to Social Security for 2017.
You can read the 18 pages of Social Security Inside Out in less than 30 minutes. Or you can go directly to sections that are important to you now and skip parts that don’t pertain at this time (for example, survivor benefits). I recommend that you read it cover to cover. I get feedback from readers who state that they read it numerous times and learn something new each time. Use my book as a reference when a life event occurs (marriage or divorce, birth or death, start work or end work). The seven-page retirement guide, 46 Retirement Pitfalls, will take about ten minutes to read.
Social Security Inside Out plus 46 Retirement Pitfalls is just $19.95 (which includes $1.82 for postage). You probably spent thousands of dollars and many years in school or training on your working career. Shouldn’t you spend $19.95 and 30 minutes on your retirement career?
Yes. I have had readers buy extra copies to give to friends, relatives, business associates, clients and "old Army buddies". For a bulk sale price, contact me at Robert@socialsecurityinsideout.com
You have to be kidding. You will love it. I guarantee it. If you don’t learn loads of valuable stuff about Social Security, I will return your cost for the book.
I will mail you my book as soon as I receive your payment. You can pay in two ways:
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