IntroductionChapter 1: RetirementChapter 2: DisabilityChapter 3: Survivor BenefitsChapter 4: MedicareChapter 5: Spouses' BenefitsChapter 6: ChildrenChapter 7: Applying for BenefitsChapter 8: Benefit PaymentsChapter 9: Paying Social Security TaxChapter 10: The Social Security Card, Number, and Identity TheftGlossaryAppendix A: List of the FICA Yearly MaximumsAppendix B: Earnings Limits by YearAppendix C: Social Security Administration ResourcesAppendix D: Quarters of Coverage Required for Insured StatusAppendix E: Sample Benefit AmountsAppendix F: Reduction FactorsAppendix G: Cost of Living IncreasesAppendix H: Most Common Beneficiary Identification CodesAppendix I: Chart Summarizing the Effect Between BeneficiariesAppendix J: Delayed Retirement CreditsAppendix K: Medicare Premiums and Deductibles for 2007
Stanley A Tomkiel (Author)
Stanley A. Tomkiel, III received his law degree from Western New England College School of Law in Springfield, Massachusetts. He was admitted to the bar in both New York and Florida. Mr. Tomkiel was previously employed by the Social Security Administration as a claims representative in various district offices in the Northeast. He currently practices law and resides in Yonkers, New York.