Hi, thank you for your service. I am 64 and have been on SSDI since 2011. My husband is 69 and began taking SS at 65.
When I turn 65 in May, will SSDI change to SS and amount stay the same. Is there anything I can do to maximize social security?
Since my husband took SS early will I receive any benefits? Should I take those benefits now?
Your Social Security disability benefits (SSDI) will convert to regular retirement benefits at age 66. Your monthly rate will almost certainly stay the same at that point.