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Should you delay taking Social Security benefits until 70? - Kiplinger

A person who is eligible for Social Security can claim benefits anytime between 62 and 70.  If you take it early your benefit will be reduced. If you wait until 70 you will receive the maximum payment.

There is a lot to consider before making that decision, depending on your individual circumstances.

This article by Patrick M Simasko, J.D. published on April 22, 2034 for Kiplinger offers inside into the when and why of claiming Social Security.

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