Delaying Social Security is Usually Wise, But Consider Lifetime Benefits Before You Decide
Conventional advice from the financial community is to delay filing for Social Security benefits until at least our full retirement age, and to age 70 if you can. That strategy, of course, will produce a higher monthly benefit than an early filing, and in many cases, it’s a wise strategy. The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman agrees generally with this thinking, but offers a suggestion that there may be one scenario in which it can go wrong. Read her post today on mcdowellnews.com for more information…
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