Early Filers Beware…Taking Benefits at 62 Can Have Consequences
One of the frequent statements we hear is “Social Security? What’s to know? You turn 62, you take it.” And with the pundits and uninformed “experts” repeatedly talking about the program’s solvency problem and labeling it an impending “bankruptcy,” it’s no wonder folks aging into their 60s look at it that way. It’s important to be aware, though, that not waiting until one’s full retirement age can have some long-term consequences, as explained in this post today by The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman. Check out her message here…
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