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Delaying Social Security? Don’t Neglect Your Savings

Maurie Backman explain the different ages one can take Social Security, from 62 at the earliest, to full retirement age (now 67), to the maximum age 70, or any age in between. Waiting until 70 yields a permanent monthly benefit that is a minimum 24% higher. This can yield a much richer retirment. But what if plans don’t work out as anticipated? That’s where separate savings comes in. Full article here.

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