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$858,440 PER COUPLE!

Couples taking the average Social Security benefit will have an estimated lifetime benefit of $858,440! That benefit can be much more if you wait to claim and much less if you take it too early.1  As you can see, Social Security is a very large benefit so don't take it lightly! Learn more below:

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Social Security can be complicated, but we’re here to help! Evan Lavoie CFP®, of Continuum Consulting Group, will help you understand the 6 most important rules to claiming Social Security. In this concise 30-minute webinar, Evan will explain the main components to Social Security which will ultimately help you develop a plan to improve your Social Security benefit. And don’t forget, all attendees will receive a free copy of our special report, “Exposing the Top 7 Social Security Myths”! 

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  1. Benefits & Claiming Age
  2. Spousal Benefits 
  3. Divorcee Benefits
  4. Survivor Benefits
  5. Potential Reduction of Benefits
  6. Taxation of Social Security 


  • Most Americans claim their benefit at the wrong time!
  • Many advisors are unaware of how to maximize Social Security
  • The Social Security Administration doesn't provide individual advice
  • Social Security is complicated, so let us explain in simpler terms
  • Social Security offers a huge lifetime benefit, so you need to take it seriously!

1 Data derived from the average benefit, life expectancy, and cost of living adjustment for American men and women. In January 2021, the average Social Security benefit was $1,543 per month according to U.S. News Article. For males, life expectancy for those who reach age 65 is 83 and for females, 85, according to the CDC's website. The average COLA for Social Security has been around 2% over the last 20 years according to the website; however, we used 1% as a conservative estimate.