Did you know your age at filing will affect your monthly Social Security benefit?

Social Security benefits represent about one-third of all the income of elderly Americans, with 48 percent of married couples and 69 percent of unmarried persons relying on them for at least 50 percent of their household income in retirement. Since Social Security will likely be an important source of funds in retirement it’s essential to understand how your payments are determined and what actions you could take that might increase or decrease them. The attached article will explain the changes to your monthly payment you can expect depending on when you file so you can make an informed choice. Read article here…

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