Claiming Social Security at 62 makes sense - The Motley Fool

Claiming your Social Security benefits at age 62 is the earliest you can sign up for Social Security and the most popular age. About 34 percent of women and 31 percent of men signed up for Social Security at 62. However, most financial experts advise against it, but Social Security is designed so early claimers get less money each month but get more checks; whereas, those who wait will get a larger check but receive fewer of them. Christy Bieber explains the two primary situations where claiming Social Security at 62 makes sense. Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…


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