Before you file for your Social Security benefits early, think about what you’ll be giving up

The average senior today collects roughly $1,400 a month in Social Security, but if you’re not smart about when you file for benefits, you could end up with a lot less. Although your benefits themselves are calculated based on your earnings during your working years, the age at which you first file for them has an important impact too. If the idea of getting your hands on your money as early as possible, which is age 62, here are a few reasons why filing for Social Security early might really hurt you in the long run. Read article here…

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