Make financial decisions based on facts, not fear or misinformation - Government Executive

There is one big decision you’ll make that will affect your retirement: When you start taking Social Security benefits. For some elderly Social Security beneficiaries, 21 percent of married couples and about 45 percent of unmarried persons rely on Social Security for 90 percent or more of their income. So it is important to make this important decision based on facts, not on fear or misinformation. In Dallen Haws’ article for the Government Executive,, he writes there are some very specific circumstances where it makes sense to start drawing benefits early, but there are three dumb reasons to start taking Social Security when you turn 62. Read Mr. Daws’ article here…

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