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Rethinking the “File at Age 62” Reflex

With so many folks electing to file for Social Security benefits at the earliest possible opportunity (age 62), one wonders if the long-term economics of this decision are being adequately considered. In a post on, reporter Peter Finch explores this issue and offers conjecture on the thought processes necessary to make the right decision. Read his post here… 


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