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The Week Ahead – October 21, 2019: 5 Things to Know About Social Security Spousal Benefits

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You’re probably aware that if you work and therefore pay into Social Security, you’re entitled to benefits in retirement. But what if you never worked? What if you were the one in your family who stayed home to raise kids or maintain the household?

The good news is that even if you never earned a paycheck in your life, you may still be entitled to Social Security income in the form of spousal benefits. Here are a few things you should know about how these benefits work.

Read the full article here!

Last Week at the Office…

Friday, October 18th was “Fan Day – Wear Your Favorite Fan Gear” at TFG. The Yankees were  well represented (at least at the office…not so much on the field over the weekend). Even Coco had her Aaron Judge t-shirt on! We also had NJ Devils, Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens fans showing their team spirit!

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