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Claiming Social Security at Age 67 May be Optimal

Full retirement age is 67 for those born after 1960. One can still claim at 62 but for a much lower monthly benefit. Waiting until 70 yields a still higher monthly check. Maurie Backman notes that 67 is the perfect middle ground, what many consider claiming “on time.” People will have already been eligible for Medicare for two years. Full piece here.

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