Maximizing Social Security: MLKGL0401

Event Phone: 833-956-8488

  • April 1, 2020
    6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


  • Larry Kallevig
    Larry Kallevig was born and raised on a farm in Kandiyohi, Minnesota, and brings his farm roots to his business -- it’s all about hard work and doing the right thing. He graduated from Bethel University with a double major in Finance and Accounting. He furthered his education by becoming licensed in real estate and insurance.

* A Message from your instructor * Due to the current mandates in place we are currently postponing our Maximizing Social Security workshops for later dates in the coming months. We do understand that some of us cant put off making some of lifes crucial decisions so we are still offering one on one appointments in our office as well as virtual appointments via phone or internet. If you wish to be notified of future events when scheduled please register below on the link. If your issues are more pressing please make a note of that and we will reach out to you. I appreciate your understanding, and look forward to speaking with you soon.

For many Americans, Social Security is the single largest asset they have in retirement, and greater than 90% of all recipients do not maximize their Social Security benefits. Advance planning is essential and the decisions you make today can have a tremendous impact on the total amount of benefits you stand to receive over your lifetime.

This educational workshop will provide you with much needed information to help you understand the system, coordinate spousal and survivor benefits, minimize taxes, and maximize your personal benefits.

Whether you’re single, married, divorced, or widowed, there may be ways to maximize the lifetime Social Security benefits you receive.

One of the most important decisions you need to make before you retire is when and how to claim Social Security benefits. About half of retirees apply for Social Security as soon as they become eligible at age 62, but by doing so, they may significantly and permanently impact their income and benefits for the rest of their lives. The difference between the best and worst possible decision of when to start Social Security can be well over $100,000!

Learn important rules that affect the amount of retirement benefits you collect, as well as strategies for coordinating Social Security with other sources of retirement income!

April 1st


14955 Galaxie Avenue, Apple Valley, Minnesota, 55124, United States

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