Filing for Social Security at 62–Why and Why Not

According to many media accounts, age 62 is still the most popular age for people to sign up to begin receiving their earned Social Security benefits. There may be sound reasons for this, but there may also be some situations where holding off a few years for full retirement or even delayed retirement can be a much better decision. The Motley Fool’s Matthew Frankel, in an article posted at, takes a look at some common reasons leading people to file early. Read his article here…


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