Summary of 'Get What's Yours' Revised
- The Secrets to Maxing out Social Security
- Narrated by: Eddie Leonard Jr.
- Length: 53 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-08-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Ant Hive Media
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This guide presents a basic approach for using the Social Security program, expanding an ordinary Social Security benefit to one with parent, child, matrimonial, divorcee, survivor, and benefits for disability. The authors explain just how signing up for benefits and not receiving them, or starting, pausing, and restarting benefits can help people achieve more out of this program. The guide also talks about risks associated with the Social Security program.
This summary provides an informal critique and summary of the main topics and messages of the guide. It also contains more information about the guide itself, as well as important studies and documents about the future and present benefits of Social Security.
This summary is aimed for those who want to capture the gist of the book but don't have the current time to devour the whole book. You get the main summary along with all of the benefits and lessons the actual book has to offer. Ant Hive Media reads every chapter, extracts the understanding, and leaves you with a new perspective and time to spare. We do the work so you can understand the book in minutes, not hours.
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By trish on 05-08-16
Everything important about Social Security in here
What made the experience of listening to Summary of 'Get What's Yours' Revised the most enjoyable?
This audio book novella is a summary of the book Get What's Yours.: Secrets to Maxing out Social Security. The book organizes major topics, like partnerships, disability, early retirement in chapter format, making it easier to find the topics you need. I was compelled to listen to this because I started the book but have not been able to check it out at the library as it's so popular. The book intrigued me with tricks for getting more $$ from social security, but unfortunately this summary did not mention this.
What does Eddie Leonard Jr. bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narrator did a good job reading this book. His voice is clear and well modulated.
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