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The Question of Drawing Benefits and Working

Folks aging into Social Security benefit eligibility–for the most part, that means reaching age 62–the persistent question is whether to begin drawing benefits even if you’re still working. Should you or shouldn’t you? Well, like most aspects of Social Security, the answer is a resounding, “it depends.” The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman offer some conjecture on the question in a post today on Check it out here…


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