Should you claim benefits as soon as possible if you aren’t in good health?
Financial experts advise if you want to maximize your Social Security benefits, you should wait until you are 70 to claim your benefits or at least until you reach your full retirement age (FRA). But, if you’re in poor health, sometimes claiming your benefits early can make sense. Christy Bieber outlines the key factors when deciding if your health status should prompt you to file for your Social Security benefits early. Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…
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