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Does It Ever Make Sense to Take Social Security Before Your Full Retirement Age?

The conventional wisdom about when to draw Social Security seems to be simple: the later the better. While you’re eligible to start drawing Social Security at age 62, your monthly benefit is reduced by 25 percent from what you would receive at your full retirement age (66 or 67, depending on when you were born). If you wait until age 70, you can expect your monthly Social Security benefit to be 76 percent more than if you start drawing at 62. But not everyone can afford to wait...


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