File Early or Wait–The Debate Continues

In a post on www,, Senior Editor Gil Weinreich delves into the complexities of the nagging question facing folks in their early 60s,,,Do I claim Social Security benefits at the earliest possibility (age 62) or wait to Full Retirement Age (FRA) or take advantage of Delayed Retirement Credits up to age 70? By pitting the viewpoints of two financial information professionals–Chartered Financial Analyst Dan Amerman and Boston University professor Laurence Kotlikoff–Weinreich assesses the pros and cons of the argument on when to file, providing comments on both sides of the issue. It’s a thought provoking article that can be accessed here…


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