StockGoddess: "So it sounds like she's stuck till he gets older. Ah well. Worth a shot." StockGoddess: "Not sure if this is the board...my sister is 62 but never earned much. Her husband is 55 and earned well. Married 30 years. Can she claim ss based on his income? I say no because he isn't old enough but others say yea. Anyone?"I am not expert on SS, but if you sister worked for 40 quarters, she may be able to claim a discounted amount based on her own wages. It may not be much, but if eligible it would be more than zero.She also needs to understand the permanent reduction that results from claiming before full retirement age. Regards, JAFODisclaimerYes, I am a lawyer, BUT THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE; it is only general information. NO CLIENT RELATIONSHIP IS INTENDED TO BE CREATED, NOR IS ANY SUCH RELATIONSHIP SO CREATED. FOR SPECIFIC LEGAL ADVICE YOU SHOULD TALK TO A LAWYER IN YOUR AREA.
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