Is 66 the best age to file for Social Security?

The Social Security program is quite flexible allowing seniors to take benefits as early as age 62 or as late as 70, with the age you file determining the size of your monthly benefit. Along with that and a few other things, can complicate the decision of what age is best for you to file for your benefits. For some people, filing at 62 makes the most sense, while for others; waiting until 70 is the best call. In Jason Hall’s article, he looks at three of the biggest reasons that 66 is generally the best age to file for Social Security. Read his article here…

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