The “Retire Early” Question, Again. Some Reasons on the pro side
The general question of when to file for Social Security benefits is, without question, one queries fielded most frequently by our staff here at the AMAC Foundation Social Security Advisory Service Staff. And our responses always start with the frustrating response of, “Well, it depends.” Actually, the answer to that question involves thinking about a number of variables, like expected health and longevity, family longevity, financial resources, and so on. In a post on USAToday, The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman adds a few more considerations to the mix, in the form of items that many folks haven’t considered. Check out her post here…
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