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A Bad Choice Could Cost You 30% of Your Social Security Benefits

Claim it at age 62 and forget about it is what a majority of American do, but it’s a very costly decision according to Maurie Backman. Full retirement age is 67 for those born in 1960 or later. Starting Social Security at age 62 means checks start sooner, but they will be reduced by a whopping 30% for life. It’s a decision one need consider very carefully. Full article here.

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