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Old 02-28-2021, 08:52 AM   #1
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My DH gets spousal on my SS. I filed early but he was FRA. Now the social security online site will not show how much he can get on his own record. Any help for how to figure this out on our own? I have all of his earnings. Thank you
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Old 02-28-2021, 09:04 AM   #2
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Use this tool: https://ssa.tools/calculator.html
Then login to your SS account copy your earnings record and paste it in. Fill out your birthday, etc. Works like a charm! You can see the different amounts for the different ages at claiming.
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Thank you so much MissMolly!
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That's a great calculator I never knew about. Thanks!
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That's a great calculator I never knew about. Thanks!

That and some others get referenced from time to time:


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That's a great calculator I never knew about. Thanks!


Same here. How have I missed it all these years! Thanks MissMolly.
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Thanks for the calculator, very helpful!
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