Why Some Seniors Shouldn’t Claim Social Security at 70
Waiting until age 70 to start collecting monthly Social Security checks will yield one the highest possible dollar amount for life. Experts almost always stress delaying until this age if possible. But should everyone wait? Maurie Backman explains the virtues of waiting, including detailed calculations from ages 62 to 70, but she cautions poor health might give some seniors a reason to pause with the traditional advice. Full article here.
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