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More Thoughts on Deferring that Social Security Decision

It’s well known that age 62 is the most popular age for folks to claim their Social Security benefits, even though they absorb a substatial–25% to 30%–discount on their monthly payment. And, it’s a permanent discount…it doesn’t increase at full retirement age, as many people tend to think. This article by The Motley Fool’s Adam Levy adds more credence to the concept of waiting as long as you can to file, perhaps to age 70 to reap the benefits of delayed retirement credits. Check it out here…

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