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Is There a Best Age to Take Social Security?

Yes, or at least maybe, is the answer to a “best” time for starting Social Security. Traditionally experts have asked folks to examine their own health and family’s longevity when trying to ascertain when to begin retirement benefits. Starting at 62 means more checks, though smaller ones. Waiting means larger ones, but fewer of them. In the end, Katie Brockman notes the true right decision will depend on people’s own priorities. Full article here.

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