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Offsetting A Lower Social Security Benefit with Passive Income

“Retiring early” is probably on almost everyone’s radar screen while they are working hard in their chosen field. But unfortunately for most people, it’s only a dream because the realities of life conspire to make it difficult to accept a smaller Social Security benefit claimed at the relatively youthful age of 62. After all, those with a full retirement age of 67 will suffer a 30% cut in their Social Security payment for claiming at 62. But, with a little planning before you retire it may be possible to achieve that early retirement dream after all, by creating a stream of post-retirement passive income which offsets the reduction in your Social Security benefit. This Waco (TX) Tribune-Herald article by Catherine Brock tells you how. Click here to read more.

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