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Claiming benefits at age 70 is usually the way to go

Experts on Social Security generally agree on one thing, delaying benefits as long as possible is smart.  It pays to wait, with one’s benefit increasing 8% per year from full retirement age (now 66 to 67) to age 70, the age where one can collect the absolute maximum.  But as Maurie Backman explains in this article, one’s personal health is the wild card.  Those in poor health would do better to claim early.  Backman takes readers through the analysis in the full piece here.

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