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The “Filing-At-62” Conundrum–More Thoughts

The Motley Fool’s Todd Campbell examines the persistent question of should one file for Social Security benefits at the earliest point (age 62). In an article posted on, he provides a recap of the advantages and disadvantages of a decision to file at 62, including a discussion on conducting a break-even analysis. Read his post here…


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