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The Reasoning Behind Early Filing for Benefits

Forbes and Next Avenue contributor Laurence Kotlikoff examines three basic schools of thought people use when electing to file for Social Security benefits at the earliest age of eligibility, 62. His analysis puts the rationales into three groups: those basically without a reasonable choice, those who “play the averages” in life expectancy, and those who fear an early death. Read his article here… 


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