When should you sign up for Social Security? - Mooresville Tribune

You have a span of eight years to file for your Social Security benefits beginning at age 62 and ending at age 70; there’s no reason to delay filing past the age of 70. If you file for your benefits before your full retirement age (FRA), your monthly Social Security benefit will be permanently reduced; however, if you wait until you are 70, you will earn delayed retirement credits which will increase your benefits. But, if you file at your FRA, you will receive your full monthly benefits. In Maurie Backman’s article appearing on www.mooresvilletrubine.com, she explains the three reasons to claim Social Security at your full retirement age. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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