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Stopping Disability Benefits at Retirement Age
I just found out that when I turn 66, my disability payments will convert automatically to social security payments. I had wanted to take half of my husbands SS payments ( spousal benefits) at my retirement age (66) and therefore need to stop my disability benefits. I have been unable to find out if this can be done or how to do it . Can somebody help me?
Updated : January 23, 2013 by itsmilly
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