These Social Security enhancers are still available after April 29: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/these-social-security-enhancers-are-still-available/
From CBS News:
After April 29, a special Social Security claiming strategy married people used called “file-and-suspend” will no longer be allowed. It allows one spouse who is age 66 or older to file for Social Security so that the other spouse can start collecting spousal benefits, but then the first spouse immediately suspends his or her own benefit and waits to activate it later, when it’s worth more.
However, in the budget Congress passed last fall, it killed the file-and-suspend strategy, believing it to be a loophole that gives married couples an unfair boost in benefits. Read More