How to delay Social Security when it makes sense - Fox Business

Although predicting how long you will live is impossible, things like general good health and a family history of longevity could lead to a higher probability of living a long life. So, it makes sense to delay your Social Security benefits until your full retirement age (FRA) or even age 70. Of course, there are pros and cons for each option, but the optimal choice will be unique to you and your situation. However, if needing the money could prevent you from following your choice to wait, there are some actions you can take in advance that can help you. Diane Mtetwa’s article appearing on outlines three strategies so you can delay taking your Social Security. Read Ms. Mtetwa’s article here…

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