The real price tag to claiming Social Security too early - CBS News
New research from economists at Boston University and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta found many retirees are making a strategic mistake that can cost them tens of thousands of dollars in lifetime benefits by claiming their Social Security benefits too soon. A typical worker is leaving about $182,000 in lifetime discretionary income on the table by claiming their benefit too early. Aimee Picchi explains why this frequently used Social Security strategy could cost retirees a significant amount of money. Read Ms. Picchi’s article here…
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