Withdrawing a Benefit Application

Can I Cancel My Application Without Getting Penalized?

I am 59 yrs old I will turn 60 yrs old on July 5th 2020.I applied last week for my widow benefits.The benefits will start on the first week of August.After realizing that if I make more than 18,240.00 per year I will then have to pay back two dollars for every dollar I make over the amount mentioned.
I have decided I cancel my application.Can I cancel without getting penalized??
I plan on applying for this benefit in January 2021.
Thank you!

Hi,

What Can I Do?

Larry I need help.
I converted from spousal benefits at 69 then my issue starts I changed my mind, went to the local office where they tried to talk me out of withdrawing my application. SSA sent me a letter saying I had to send them the 2 month old benefits I had received. I sent a check for $5511 to cover Benefits and Medicare premiums December 6 2019. I have called them 4 times they have not cashed my check. I need this taken care of so I can apply for spousal benefits starting in September 2019. What can I do?

Hi,

Is There Any Way Now For My Mother To Draw Survivor Benefits Without Drawing Her Own Benefits?

I've recently been helping my mom plan her retirement and collect Social Security. She just stopped working last month, and turns 65 in one week. She automatically received her Medicaid card in the mail, which made me raise an eyebrow, as you have to apply for that.
It turns out, when she was 62, she wanted to apply for Surviving Spouse benefit from my deceased father. She called Social Security, and was told by a representative that she should apply as soon as possible, despite her high income at the time.

Can I Withdraw My Claim For Social Security Widow's Benefits?

Hi Larry,
I have bought your Maximize my Social Security license and decided to file for widow's benefit at age 60 on December 1, 2018. I have been receiving annuity from United States Office of Personnel Management and they are now recomputing my annuity down to less than 50% of what I was receiving because I started to receive widow's benefit from Social Security. They are recomputing annuity amount from OPM to exclude credit for post 1956 military service.

Is There Any Way To Cancel My Survivor Benefits?

I have been on SSDI since 2012 gettting 1284.00 per month. The low income qualified me for Medicare/Medicaid which covered all of my medical bills which were prettty minor. Three months ago I applied for my deceased ex-husbands benefits and was recently approved which raised my income to about 2050.00 per month. I also at the same time have been diagnosed with kidney cancer which will mean major medical bills. Is there any way to cancel the spouse benefits for I can stay on Medicare/Medicaid. I am devastated.

Is It Still Possible To Pay Back Benefits Received And Start Over?

A good friend told me started collecting benefits at 62, After he turned 67 he returned all the money he recieved and was able to start a new claim at the rate as if he just retired a 67? Is this still possible?

Hi,

You can no longer do what your friend did, but you can still withdraw a claim up to a year after becoming entitled and then reapply with a new entitlement date. In order to withdraw a claim, you must pay back all of the benefits that you received based on that claim.

Can I Withdraw My Application As Opposed To Suspending Benefits?

I made a mistake in the sequencing of my application for social security benefits. I began receiving benefits last month at the age of 68. However, I will need to continue working for several more months, and the tax consequences of this situation will be burdensome. Do I have the option to withdraw my claim and reapply at a later date (rather than just deferring payments)?
Thank you!

Hi,

Can I Undo My Choice To Take Reduced Benefits?

I took early retirement, using widow's benefits at a loss of 20% of the monthly check.
With the cost of EVERYTHING skyrocketing, can I get that 20% back w/o it costing an arm and leg?

Hi,

It sounds like you could withdraw your application and reapply at a higher monthly rate, but you'd have to repay all of the benefits you've received to date in order to do so. If you were receiving retirement benefits rather than widow's benefits, you could only withdraw up to one year after your original month of entitlement.

Can I Receive A Lump Sum Of My Social Security Contributions?

i am 64 and curenntly on ssi i draw about 1500.00 a month. can I withdraw from the ss system and take a one time lump sum payment based on the calculations of how long I might live ? and or if that option is not available to me can I take a one time lump sum payment for either one year or 2 years to fund a lawsuit I am fixing to have to litigate ?

Hi,

Can I Really Get a Loan from Social Security with No Interest for One Year?

That's just the beginning. Did you know there's also a weird little loophole that lets you get a one-year, interest-free loan from the Social Security Administration?

The above statement came from another website called Motley Fool. Is it really true. I am moving to central california in a month and need a loan to even move up there but my loan comes with an interest rate of 11.90% which will keep me broke for the rest of my life even with HUD housing. Can I really get a loan from social security with no interest for one year?

Thank you.
Sharon