Understanding Social Security’s “Do Over” Option
According to some analyses, age 62 remains the most popular age for claiming Social Security benefits. There are reasons why this is a good option for some folks, but many may just exercise the option because it’s available to them. Some folks claim at 62 and then realizde the reduction their facing in their monthly benefits, and then wish they could undo the decision. Well, you can, but there’s a major restriction. The Motley Fool’s Maurie Backman expains this in a post today on their website. Check it out here…
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