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Can you reverse your decision to take Social Security too early?

According to the Center for Retirement Research, the most popular age to claim Social Security is 62 for both women and men and only five percent of men and seven percent of women wait until age 70 to take benefits.  When you realize you’ve taken Social Security too early are there any options to undo your decision.  Yes, there are two options but keep in mind that your options for reversing that decision are extremely limited. In Robin Hartill’s article appearing on, she reviews the two ways to reverse taking Social Security too early. Read Ms. Hartill’s article here…

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