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#1 Jun 5, 2014
I've been the monetary primary provider in our family for decades. My wife is older than I by 8 years and is eligible for social security (currently age 64). Her social security amount is very small. I was told she can claim on my income but not until I am eligible for my social security (still 10 years away). Can she file under mine now? If not, can she file under hers now and then, can she switch to mine when I AM eligible?
Please advise. I sent this question to the Social Security folks but they did not respond.
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