Social Security spousal benefits: How to QUALIFY



How to Qualify for Spousal Benefits
• Current Spouse (or former spouse, married 10 years)
• Minimum Age: 62
• If Currently Married: Your spouse must be collecting benefits
• If Formerly Married: Your ex-spouse must be 62 & eligible for benefits
• Benefit: 50% of spouse’s full retirement age benefit, or lower

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