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The Early Filing Question (Again)–More Viewpoints

One of the most frequent questions we receive here at the AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory Service deals with when to start drawing retirement benefits, and specifically the economics associated with starting at the earliest possible age (62). We typically respond with, “It depends.” As frustrating as that answer might be, it’s important to be aware of the implications of this decision, and they’re outlined in a post by CNET writer Katie Teague on their website. Check it out here, and if you’d like to know more about the AMAC Foundation’s free-to-the-public Advisory service, click here…

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