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Picking an “in between” age for claiming Social Security benefits

Since you can claim benefits anytime between age 62 and 66/67 (as well as up to age 70 for delayed credits), this early decision point takes quite a bit of thought to select what’s best for one’s individual financial situation. In an article posted today on, Maurie Backman takes a look at situations where an intermediary age might make sense. Check out her article here…


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