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Delaying Social Security can result in a much bigger payday

There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to picking the best time to claim your Social Security benefits. The earliest age possible you can take Social Security retirement is age 62, and while you may enjoy your benefits while you are younger, waiting until age 70 will add thousands of dollars in delayed retirement credits per year to your retirement income. You need to understand exactly how much delayed retirement credits are worth to make the best decision on when to begin collecting benefits. Read article here…

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