The pros and cons of starting at 62
You can begin your Social Security retirement benefits early at 62, the most popular age. If you decide to start receiving benefits early, they are reduced, but if you wait until you reach your full retirement age, you are entitled to full benefits. Jeremy Bowman outlines the pros and cons of taking Social Security at age 62. Read Mr. Bowman’s article here…
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