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      Maximizing Social Security [Thursday Evening May 30, 2019] / Diablo Valley Community College Campus) / Class from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM / Humanities Bldg., Room 111 in Pleasant Hill


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      May 30, 2019

      Thursday   6:30 PM

      321 Golf Club Road
      Pleasant Hill, California 94523

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      Maximizing Social Security [Thursday Evening May 30, 2019] / Diablo Valley Community College Campus) / Class from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM / Humanities Bldg., Room 111

      Maximizing Social Security Course Syllabus Course Description This course provides a fundamental working knowledge of the Social Security program as it applies to retirement planning. The materials cover the history of Social Security, how to qualify for benefits, spousal benefits, widow & widower benefits, taxation of benefits, working while you receive benefits, issues involved in claiming benefits early, and strategies to maximize your benefits while developing an income stream in retirement. This is not a financial seminar; this is a financial course of study where you will leave with the knowl­edge and information needed to make decisions about Social Security benefits. Course Objectives The objectives of this course are to provide you with the tools, insight, and proven strategies that will allow you to make informed decisions about Social Security. This course will teach you easy-to-understand strategies on how to maximize your benefits. By the end of this course, you should be able to: Know the history of Social Security Understand the reductions for taking benefits early Be acquainted with the issues involved in the solvency of Social Security Estimate your benefits Estimate the taxation of your benefits Understand the reasons for late claiming of benefits Know your spousal, divorced spouse, widow, & widower benefits Understand how the COLAs affect benefits Know the reduction of benefits while you work Know where Social Security fits in with your other source of income Your Reading Material The course uses the workbook, “Maximizing Social Security” by author David P. Vick. It will be provided for you in the first class. Course Participation If you are looking for answers to questions about when you should begin your Social Security benefits, how you can manage taxation of benefits, how working will affect your benefits, or strategies to get the most out of your benefits, then you will believe this course is time and money well spent.  The best way to profit from this course is to follow the interactive workbook and participate in the classroom discussions as you feel comfortable. Course Outline Below is an outline of the content of the course. By the Numbers Yesterday & Today Qualifying for Social Security Benefits Benefits Tied to Your Work Record Benefits for Spouses Benefits for Divorced Spouses Benefits for Widows and Widowers Working While You Receive Benefits Calculating Your Retirement Benefits How to Find Your Social Security Benefit Amount Taking Benefits Before Full Retirement Age How COLAs Affect Benefits Taxation of Benefits Windfall Elimination Provision & Government Pension Offsets Medicare & Social Security The Future of Social Security: Solvency Issues and Reform Proposals Strategies for Maximizing Your Social Security Six Pillars of Retirement Income Course Instructors Course Instructors come from the financial services industry. They bring many years of experience to the classroom and enhance the course with “Real World” examples of many of the principles being taught. This course is interactive and your participation is encouraged, but not required. Communication with Instructor The instructor is open for questions and inquiries about the material covered by the course and may be reached by telephone or email. Contact information is as follows:      

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