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Sneaky Way Early Retirement Can Shrink Your Social Security Benefits

Most folks retire at age 62, and that’s such a shame when it comes to maximizing benefits.  Maurie Backman reports on the mistaken belief of many that Social Security benefits are universal — meaning all seniors collect the same amount of money every month once they sign up.  But that’s even close to true.  She cautions people to learn their full retirement age and understand the 35 years of income rule for calculating benefits.  Full piece here.

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