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Ask Rusty – About the Basics of Applying for Social Security

Dear Rusty: I am planning to apply for Social Security in May of 2022 and would like to understand how to file. I will be taking it when I am 62. Signed: Ready to Retire. Dear Ready to Retire: Congratulations on your upcoming retirement! You should apply for your Social Security benefits about 3 months before you wish benefits to begin (you will tell them the month you want benefits to start when you apply). Since you plan to apply at age 62, be aware that you must be 62 for an entire month to be eligible for benefits – you cannot get benefits for the month you turn 62 (unless you were born on the 1st or 2nd of the month). Rather you become eligible the following month.
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TNET: Venables proud of taking road win after shaking off rust

Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables thinks his defense was rusty coming out of the gates from the bye week, but some halftime adjustments helped set the tone for his defense in the second half. Full Story ». Starter [363]. TigerPulse: 88%. Posts: 283. Joined: 11/29/09. Re: TNET: Venables proud of...

IF3 Urban - Online Screening Lineup - Live October 21st

At the same time as the IF3 x Newschoolers live urban screening at the infamous Trash Bar, we will also be hosting an online screening of some of this year's heaviest flicks. If you can't make it to get messy on the night, this is the next best thing. The movie lineup will be different from the in-person screening, and these are the movies you can expect to catch:
Manteca Bulletin

Coming off bye, Lancers shake off rusty start to beat Weston Ranch \

STOCKTON — The Lancers returned to action Friday with a 49-13 Valley Oak League victory at Weston Ranch. But for East Union High's Mike Kuhnlenz and Ron Wayman of the Cougars, both first-year coaches for their respective football programs, the final score didn't quite sum up the entire evening,. "We're...

Santa Barbara Shakes Off Rustiness, Holds Off Oxnard, 24-21

The Peabody Stadium crowd was getting restless early in Santa Barbara High’s football game against Oxnard. Oxnard capitalized on a turnover with a touchdown and the Dons dropped a couple of passes on first and second down on their next possession. “Come on boys, wake up!” yelled a fan after...