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When it comes to Social Security, know your numbers

If you’re approaching that magical age of 62 when you can first apply for Social Security, you should carefully evaluate whether it’s wise to start benefits as soon as you can, or to wait until your Social Security full retirement age, or to wait even longer until you are age 70 to get the biggest benefit you can.  The fact is, the longer you wait, the larger your benefit check will be, as this article by Joe Clark, appearing in The Herald Bulletin (IN), explains.  Click here to read more.

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