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“The Best-Laid Plans”–A Proverb That Might Describe Your Future Social Security Objective

As the proverb goes, “the best-laid plans of mice and men oft go astray.” And when it comes to planning for Social Security benefits, sometimes the boilerplate advice from the financial community to defer filing to your full retirement age (or age 70 if you can) ends of being subject to re-thinking as life gets in the way. A post by The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman on their website provides an interesting perspective on how this can happen, and includes a piece of sage advice for retirement planning: “Hope for the best but have a backup plan.” Read her post here…

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