When your spouse inspires you to wait
If you are married, your retirement planning should be something you do together. One of the decisions you should discuss with your partner is when to sign up for Social Security. You can file as early as 62, but at a permanently reduced amount or delay to 70 for the maximum amount. Maurie Backman asks should you wait to claim Social Security for your spouse’s sake? Read Ms. Backman’s thoughts here…
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