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Should you wait to claim Social Security until 70?

You can start your Social Security benefits as early as 62, which is the most popular age to begin, but your benefits will be reduced. Or you can wait until you are 70 and earn delayed retirement credits which will increase your monthly benefit. So, it makes sense to wait until 70 to file for your benefits to receive a bigger monthly check; however, there are some reasons not to. Christy Bieber’s article appearing on makes a case for starting your Social Security long before age 70. Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…

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