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More Thoughts on Early Filing for Social Security Benefits

Statistically, filing for Social Security benefits at the earliest possible age (62) remains the most popular age, with only a handful of filers deferring to the latest age (70) for benefit growth. There are many schools of thought on what age is best for your situation, with most financial advisors stressing full retirement age, or age 70, as the best strategy to achieve optimal payout. Journalist Kailey Hagen, in a post on, discusses this quandary, offering some thoughts on when the early option might be the best option. Read her post here…

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