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Multiple benefits to postponing retirement

Selena Maranjian argues there are numerous reasons to delay retiring, even by just a few years. Social Security monthly benefits increase a little each month that payments are deferred past age 62. But delaying retirement also means you can save and invest more, amassing a bigger nest egg. A shorter retirement also means your nest egg doesn’t need to last as long. Lastly, you may be able to enjoy employer-sponsored healthcare longer and/or a 401k match as well. Full piece here.

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