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When you’re able to retire on schedule

Starting your Social Security retirement benefits is a major step on your retirement journey. You can begin your retirement benefits as early as 62 or as late as 70. If you start your Social Security benefits as early as 62, you will receive a reduced benefit; however, by delaying your benefits beyond your full retirement age, your retirement benefit will continue to increase until age 70. Maruie Backman explains how to delay Social Security without delaying your retirement. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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