MONROE, Conn. -- As part of Money Smart Week, the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library in Monroe is hosting “Social Security Explained" on Tuesday, April 26, at 6:30 p.m.
The talk is free and open to the public.
On Nov. 2, 2015, a wave of legal and public policy changes were signed into federal law to prevent a government shutdown. Included in this new bill were significant changes to Social Security benefit claiming strategies that may dramatically impact lifetime benefits.
The talk is presented by Rebecca Miller of SOFA, the Society for Financial Awareness. SOFA is a nonprofit public benefit corporation whose mission is to provide financial education across America.
Please register by clicking here or calling 203-452-2852.
For more information on SOFA, click here.
The Edith Wheeler Memorial Library is at 733 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe.