Filed for Social Security too early? Here’s what to do

By far the majority of seniors file for their Social Security benefits well before what’s known as their “full retirement age,” when they’ll get 100% of the benefit they’ve earned from a lifetime of working. Either from simple “buyers remorse” or a change in their personal financial or health status, they may later regret taking that reduced benefit and wish they could turn back the clock. Well, that option is actually there for them, but only in specific circumstances and with sometimes difficult financial consequences. In this U.S. News article by Geoff Williams, the author discusses when and how you can reverse your decision to take Social Security early and explains what happens when you do.  Click here to read more.

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