Sample Reports (2013).
$149 (+$7 S/H)
You can use this program for
Financial Planning, Tax Planning and Litigation Support.
As your client base ages, you will
be getting more questions about Social Security benefits. What happens if I retire
early or late? What happens if I work after retiring? What is the affect of
increasing my wages before retiring? How is my spouse's Social Security
my Social Security?
Will paying more wages out of my S Corporation increase my Social Security
The Summary Report gives you
projected benefits for the following ages in a report that is excellent to present to your
- The earliest Social Security retirement year, currently 62.
- The first retirement year, currently 70, where Social Security
benefits are not reduced for working.
- The Normal retirement year, currently 65, or any other
Without this program, you can spend
two to four hours calculating Social Security benefits for just one year. This program can do the same
calculations in seconds.
You can build off-season fees with
Social Security Planning. Your accounting work is probably more seasonal than ever
before. Since the actual calculation, without this program, of Social Security benefits
can be so difficult, you have a better chance of using value billing with this type of
work. This program will pay for itself in the first or second use.
Most clients over 50 will be
interested in their Social Security benefits. This is a program which can make you
money every month of the year.
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Current Version: SSP2022.10
Released: October 31, 2021.
Includes 2022 factors. These factors include
the cost of living adjustment (COLA) 5.9%, average wage index,
wage limit ($147,000), retirement earnings test amounts and PIA bend points.
For more comprehensive information, you can download the program's
|Starting Social Security
benefits early or late can make a $10,000 to $40,000 difference over a
lifetime. If you have had low earnings years (or no earnings years),
postponing starting Social Security might make a big difference. If you would like us to make these calculations for you, call