Rethink Claiming Social Security at 65
Ryan Downie of The Motley Fool explains claiming Social Security at age 65. It may make sense to claim at the earliest age of 62 or to wait until the maximum age of 70. He explains that delaying has real monetary benefits, but that the best course of action really depends on personal circumstances and goals. There are pros and cons to any decision one makes on Social Security, and it’s impossible to know what the future holds. To ensure the best way forward, it’s important to know the numbers to make an informed decision. Full piece here.