The $214,000 Mistake: How to Double Your Social Security & Maximize Your IRAs, Proven Strategies for Couples Ages 62-70 by James Lange

The $214,000 Mistake: How to Double Your Social Security & Maximize Your IRAs, Proven Strategies for Couples Ages 62-70 free book promotion James Lange
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The $214,000 Mistake -- How to Double Your Social Security and Maximize Your IRAs: Proven Strategies for Couples Age 62-70 helps married taxpayers get the most out of their Social Security benefits: more money for you and less for Uncle Sam. Ninety-seven percent (97%) of Social Security recipients don’t receive the benefits they are entitled to? Do you know why? Because, they don’t know how to optimize their benefits.

With clear examples and uncomplicated language, the book shows you how to implement proven strategies that will prevent married couples from losing hundreds of thousands of dollars. The $214,000 difference referred to in the book title is shown in Figure 3, on page 19. The math for doubling your Social Security can be found on page 20.

The book also covers how to combine optimal Roth IRA conversion strategies with the best Social Security strategies. The timing of Roth IRA conversions and Social Security distributions can easily make a difference of $1,000,000 or more. Under the newly passed Trump tax bill, the difference could be $1,500,000 or more. (See page 5).

Furthermore, getting Social Security right is a woman’s issue. Getting Social Security wrong not only hurts the primary wage earner of the couple, but could be devastating for the dependent spouse, usually the wife. For example, if the primary-wage-earning-husband collects too early, not only will his benefit be less than half of what it could be, his wife will get less than half if he dies first. And, since statistically women live on average seven years longer than men, a man making the wrong decision about his Social Security could unnecessarily doom his wife to a life of poverty after he dies.

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