Delaying retirement doesn't increase Social Security spousal benefits

08/22/2013 | InvestmentNews (free registration)

The calculation of Social Security spousal benefits works differently from the calculation of retirement benefits, writes Mary Beth Franklin. For each year a worker delays taking retirement benefits beyond full retirement age up to 70, the benefit is increased 8%. The delayed-retirement credit doesn't apply to spousal benefits.

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