Op-ed: Moves to maximize Social Security benefits in 2024 - AMAC & CNBC

Lea Ann Knight, co-owner and managing partner at Better Money Decisions, writes for CNBC about being strategic in taking Social Security, an important income stream for millions in retirement. Waiting until age 70 is the usual best advice to gain the highest possible benefit, and that is encouraged for all in good health who expect to break even around age 80-81 from having forgone years of benefits from 62 to 70. Also, know when your spouse should file. Lastly, it is important to understand divorce and death as it pertains to benefits. All are covered in the full article here.

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