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Clarifying Social Security’s Early Filing Date

Many people file for Social Security benefits at the earliest date of eligibility–when they turn 62–assuming that’s the month their benefits begin. As explained in an article by Karen Damato on’s Money page today, that’s not actually the case. Read her article here…


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