Waiting until after age 70 to collect Social Security doesn’t make much sense

In today’s “new retirement” scenario, many folks are waiting to collect Social Security and working well into and past what used to be the normal retirement age.  And since Social Security benefits continue to grow until age 70, there’s a really good reason to wait until that age to begin collecting.  But does it make any sense to wait until past age 70 to start your benefits?  This USA Today article by Robert Powell examines that question, including the tax ramifications of collecting benefits while still earning a significant salary.  Click here to read more.

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