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Should you take Social Security at age 66?

For many considering retirement these days, 66 is often their target age – the age at which they plan to hang up their work clothes and join the ranks of those pursuing a well earned life of leisure.  And while claiming at age 66 is a strategy adopted by many, it will be worth your while to pause for a minute and evaluate whether that is truly the right age for you to start reaping the rewards from a lifetime of work.  In this Motley Fool article by Maurie Backman, the author describes three things you know before you make that final decision to apply for Social Security.  Click here to read more.

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