What are the benefits if you wait until age 70 to begin collecting Social Security

One of the most important retirement decisions you’ll make is figuring out when you should start collecting your Social Security benefits.  Like most things in life, timing is everything.  Delaying your benefits can make your monthly payment larger, but that’s easier said than done and it may not be in your best interest to do so.  In Selena Maranjian’s article for The Motley Fool, she explains why you might or might not want to delay starting to collect your benefits.  Read Ms. Maranjian’s article here…


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