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Focusing on Early Filing for Social Security Benefits…the Downside

Filing for Social Security retirement benefits at the earliest possibility–age 62–remains the most frequent starting point for those aging in. Sure, you get payments much sooner, but don’t forget they’ll be substantially reduced–and that’s a permanent reduction. So, if you’re at that point in the retirement pre-planning process, there are several key factors you should consider. They are covered in a post by The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman appearing today on Check it out here…

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