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Age 70 and still working: What about Social Security?

They say that 70 is the new 60, and judging by the number of American septuagenarians still working there’s a lot of truth to that statement. But when it comes to Social Security, reaching that magic age of 70 has some financial implications even if you are still working and plan to continue as long as you’re able. 70 is the age that Social Security benefits stop growing so, as this Motley Fool article by Maurie Backman explains, there’s no reason that you should delay taking Social Security past that age, even if you plan to stay in the workforce as long as you can. Click here to read more.

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