How to Make Your Social Security Filing Decision Less Stressful
Maurie Backman has some simple advice designed to take the stress and guess work out of tthe most perplexing issue many face in their 60s– when to take Social Security. She says, “Amass a healthy level of savings in a dedicated retirement plan.” If one does this, it really won’t matter when benefits begin. If that money isn’t needed to survive, one could defer up to age 70 and thus reap the maximum benefit under law. Read the full article in The Motley Fool here.
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