Don’t shortchange yourself by filing for your benefits at 65
For years, the full retirement age was 65, but that is not true anymore. Although many people see 65 as the ideal retirement age since that is the age you become eligible for Medicare, the full retirement age has increased to somewhere between 66 and 67, based on your date of birth. If you decide to claim your benefits at 65, it could mean you will be shortchanging yourself. Kailey Hagen explains why you may need to rethink claiming your Social Security benefits at age 65. Read Ms. Hagen’s article here…
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