Many retirees are wondering if it’s wiser to take Social Security benefits before the set age. It’s usually suggested that it’s best to wait. But folks have done their research and now those who have weighed their options are wondering if they would benefit more by taking them earlier.
Mark from Chattanooga, Tennessee has learned that if his wife retired at the age of 62, she will receive the maximum benefit allowed based on her income over the last ten years. Steve of Redwood City, California is wondering what would happen if he’s divorced from his wife (he’s retired, his wife isn’t). Writer Laurence Kotlikoff answers both of these questions in a new article.
What do you think? Have you taking Social Security benefits before the retirement age and now regret it? Or are you in the long run making out for the better. Share with us below.
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