Should you file for Social Security benefits at 62? - Kenosha News

You can apply for your Social Security benefit as early as 62 or as late as 70. So, what is the most popular age to sign up for Social Security benefits? The answer is 62.  Although when you file at 70 delayed retirement credits will be added increasing your monthly benefit, approximately one-third of Social Security recipients file at 62 knowing their monthly benefit will be permanently reduced. What are some of the reasons someone would file at 62? In Maurie Backman’s article appearing on, she reviews the three top reasons why you should take your Social Security benefits at 62. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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