Filing for Social Security? Choose Your Start Date Carefully

There are three key ages when it comes to Social Security: Age 62: This is the earliest age you can begin to receive retirement benefits.  Your monthly benefit will be permanently reduced. Age 66: This is currently “full retirement age” (FRA).  If you delay the start of benefits until you reach this age, you will receive 100% of the benefit you earned. In addition, you will have more choices about how you can take your benefit. Read more…

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