Be prepared for an early Social Security claim
You can start taking your Social Security benefit as early as age 62 or wait until you have reached full retirement age or even until age 70. The general rule of thumb is that if you can afford to wait, delaying your Social Security can pay off over your long retirement. However, best laid plans do not always work out. Why? Christy Bieber outlines one of the reasons you may have to rethink your target date to begin your Social Security payments. Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…
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