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Don’t claim Social Security at 62 for this terrible reason

Although claiming Social Security benefits at 62 is the most popular age, it may not be the wisest decision. There are circumstances where it makes sense to start your benefits at 62, such as serious health issues, and you don’t expect to receive benefits for long. But the one reason you should not claim your benefits early is the common misconception that Social Security is going bankrupt and won’t provide you with any Social Security benefits in the future. Christy Bieber explains by claiming your benefits at 62-you’ll be guaranteeing yourself the benefit cut you’re afraid of.  Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…

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