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Filing Early? Be Certain You Understand the Implications.

Believe it or not, filing for Social Security benefits at the earliest possible age (62) is still statistically the most popular choice. There may be valid reasons why some folks make this choice, but one wonders if those who do so have always consider the implications–long-term, specifically–associated with it. In a post today on The Motley Fool’s website, Christy Bieber covers several key questions anyone considering early filing needs to ask before taking the early plunge. Read her post here…

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