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How to maximize your Social Security
The Independent Cattlemen’s Association of Texas (ICA) would like to invite all area cattlemen and women, farmers, and area rural folks to the South Central Texas Independent Cattlemen’s Association meeting Tuesday, July 22, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Jourdanton Community Center located at 1101 Campbell Ave. in Jourdanton. A complimentary dinner will be served.
After the meal, an educational program, presented by Platinum Wealth Solutions of Texas, will focus on “How to Maximize Your Social Security.”
The following will be covered:
•When to elect benefits and how to maximize benefits.
•The five benefit enhancements available to a married worker when he or she attains retirement age (65).
•The advantage of filing to suspend benefits and/or having spousal benefits based solely on the other spouse’s work record.
•Comparing the present value of spousal benefits and crossover year at early age (62), full (66), and delayed (70).
•How each spouse can qualify for his or her retirement credits and spousal benefits.
The meal is complimentary and you don’t have to be a member to attend. Take along your neighbors to this informative meeting.
The ICA has been representing cattlemen since 1974. As the premier representative for the cattle industry, ICA works hard to provide an effective legislative voice for farmers, ranchers, and cow/calf producers. The association’s objective is to promote change that supports the efforts of cattlemen and their well-being, while combating policy that hinders the progress of the cattle industry.
For more information and registration for the meal, call local chapter President Brad Cotton at 830-391-0337, or chapter Secretary Susan Gonzalez at 210-275-3133.
For more information regarding the state ICA, call 512-620-0162, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://icatexas.com.
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