Planning to maximize Social Security benefits is becoming a service that clients expect advisors to provide, according to a new survey from a Nebraska-based software provider.
Of couples with assets over $250,000, 67% expect their financial planner to provide advice on Social Security claiming options, according to a survey by Social Security Timing, an Omaha, Neb.-based firm that offers software of the same name.
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