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What is Considered Normal Retirement Age for a Lockheed Martin Employee?

October 16th, 2020|

Are you excited to begin collecting your hard-earned Social Security payments but aren’t quite sure what in the world “normal (full) retirement age” is? In this post, we’ll clear up this term and explain what it means for your benefits. With Social Security, you can take benefits early, on time, or late. By taking benefits on time, this means you will begin [...]

Who’s considered an Eligible Dependent under Lockheed Martin’s Insurance Plans

October 9th, 2020|

Medical, dental, vision, ugh. There are so many different policies to evaluate and decisions to make as to which plan to choose and who is considered an eligible dependent for coverage. We understand that with the complexities of various insurance policy options, knowing who can be covered under your Lockheed Martin insurance plans can daunting. But not to worry, we’ll outline it [...]

Why taking Social Security Late may Benefit a Lockheed Martin Employee

October 2nd, 2020|

Want to know why delaying Social Security may be a great idea? Today we will focus on what happens when you begin taking benefits late instead of at normal retirement age (66 and some months or 67 for most people). Related As mentioned in a previous blog post, the latest an individual can have Social [...]

Why taking Social Security Early may Benefit a Lockheed Martin Employee

September 25th, 2020|

Want to know how early you can start receiving Social Security and why it may benefit you? Today we will focus on what happens when you begin taking benefits early instead of at full retirement age (66 & some months or 67 for most people). Related As mentioned in a previous blog post, the earliest [...]

As a Lockheed Martin Employee, When Should I Take Social Security?

September 18th, 2020|

Are you excited to receive your hard-earned Social Security payments but unsure of when you should begin benefits? In this post, we’ll help breakdown the disadvantages and advantages of taking Social Security early or delaying. Individuals can begin benefits anywhere from age 62 to 70, with 67 being considered full retirement age for most individuals. Related [...]

Can I Contribute to my HSA After Age 65?

September 11th, 2020|

HSAs are a fantastic way to save for medical expenses while receiving tremendous tax benefits. Lucky for you, Lockheed Martin employees have access to an HSA! With HSAs being so great, some people may wish to contribute as much and for as long as possible. As you approach age 65, it may be a good idea to begin thinking about how Medicare [...]

How Much Should I Spend in Retirement?

August 28th, 2020|

Knowing how much you are able to spend during your retirement years can be just as intimidating as figuring how much to save for retirement. If you spend too much, you will run out of money sooner. If you spend too little, you may not be fully enjoying your final years to their full potential. We’re here to help ease this worry [...]

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