Claiming Social Security Early May Be Right for You
Most people know that claiming benefits at age 62 means a benefit at least 25% less and, depending on your full retirement age, perhaps as much as 30% smaller. But life’s realities are such that sometimes claiming at age 62 is exactly the right move if, for example, your health and expected longevity is shorter than “average,” or if you simply need the money. This article by Katie Brockman appearing in the Kenosha (WI) News offers several great reasons to claim your Social Security at age 62. Click here to read more.
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