Delay taking Social Security until age 70? No thanks says author.
While the consensus view is wait as long as possible, even to age 70, to start Social Security benefits, Juan Fourneau of MarketWatch proudly advocates for the contrarian view. He notes he never got to meet his grandparents because they died so young. Fourneau acknowledges the statistics suggest waiting. But in addition to writing, he also has a manufacturing job, and those take a toll on the human body. Full article here.
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