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Filing Early? Consider the Impact on Your Spouse Before You Commit

Age 62 is the earliest age at which you can file for retirement benefits and, in fact, that’s the most popular age for filing. It makes sense in some situations, but one wonders if those who took benefits before their full retirement age gave enough consideration to how that decision could come to adversely affect the spouse. In a post on, The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman explains how this could occur. Check out her comments here…

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