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When to Snag Social Security Benefits at Age 62

Experts almost universally state to delay benefits as long as possible to garner the highest amount each month for life. But, a majority of Americans continue to defy that advice and claim before full retirement age (now 67). But when should you claim at 62? Keith Speights notes deteriorating health and when you simply cannot make ends meet without starting early. But caution, benefits are permanently lower, up to 30% less, by doing this. Full article here.

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