Four Popular Ages to Claim Social Security
One can start Social Security benefits as early as 62 but also as late as 70 (there’s no benefit to waiting past this max age). But one can also start any time in between the early retirement age and the maximum retirement age. Maurie Backman explains the different filing ages and the consequences to monthly benefits. In reality, the decision on when to file ultimately comes down to these two questions: how badly you need the money and how robust are your savings are going into retirement? Read full piece here.
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