Why claiming your Social Security benefits at 62 doesn’t pay

The earliest age at which eligible seniors can begin to take their Social Security benefits is 62. However, while it sometimes makes sense to start collecting Social Security as soon as you can, that move can also hurt you and your family financially. As Maurie Backman writes in her column for The Motley Fool (www.fool.com), there are three reasons it’s dumb to take Social Security benefits at 62. Read her reasons here…

The AMAC Foundation offers a free-to-the-public advisory service to all folks ageing into–or already in–Social Security. This service provides guidance in understanding the complexities of Social Security and the myriad rules and regulations associated with the process for claiming benefits, with NSSA-Certified Social Security Advisors available via email or telephone to discuss options. Learn more about this service via the Foundation’s website.
Notice: The link provided in the text above connects readers to the full content of the referenced article. The URL (internet address) for this link is valid on the posted date; socialsecurityreport.org cannot guarantee the duration of the link’s validity. Also, the opinions expressed in these postings are the viewpoints of the original source and are not explicitly endorsed by AMAC, Inc.; the AMAC Foundation, Inc.; or socialsecurityreport.org

What's Your Opinion?

We welcome your comments. Join the discussion and let your voice be heard. All fields are required

Website by Geiger Computers