Wed, 1 May 2019
Social Security can be taken as early as age 62 and many people choose to do so either out of necessity or because they choose to do so fearing the money won’t be there later. Taking early Social Security while working not only reduces your benefits, but it is counted as taxable income. Unless you need it to make ends meet, delay Social Security until your full retirement age or later! Other topics include:
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