Don’t delay and sign up now
You can start your Social Security retirement benefits as early as age 62 or as late as age 70. The majority of financial experts advise you to delay benefits beyond your full retirement age, so the amount of your retirement benefit will continue to increase up until age 70. However, there are certain situations when delaying your benefits could cost you money. What are these situations? Kailey Hagen outlines the three reasons you should sign up for Social Security now; instead of waiting. Read Ms. Hagen’s article here…
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