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More Thoughts on the “When to File” Dilemma

What’s the best age at which to claim your Social Security benefits? This is far and away one of the top questions we receive here at the AMAC Foundation Social Security Advisory Service. The answer we provide generally tends to frustrate folks, since it starts with the phrase, “Well, it depends.” And it really does depend on a range of factors, like the filer’s general health and longevity expectations, their general financial situation, their family history, and so on. Still, many want to focus on finding out what is the worst age to file, and that’s the subject of a post on by The Motley Fool’s Katie Brockman, which you can access here.

After you digest Ms. Brockman’s article, if you still have questions (like what’s the age at which I break even if I file at a specific age), feel free to contact our advisory Service. It’s a free service, and you can learn more about it and how to access it here.

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