Thoughts on Starting Over…At Age 66
Many folks who elected to retire early and begin drawing their Social Security benefit at the earliest possible age (62) find themselves in a situation where the reduced benefit has become a real problem. Such is the case with the subject of ab article by retirement reporter Alessandra Malito on Marketwatct.com describing the plight of someone dealing with the need to rejoin the world of the “unretired.” Ms. Malito outlines a pathway to dealing with the situation, couched in the notion that while not easy, “it’s never too late.” Read her post here…
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