With so many Americans reaching the early retirement age of 62, the question of when to begin taking Social Security benefits has never been more on the mind of “sixty-somethings.”
Many “online calculators” attempt to give simple answers to this pressing question; the truth is that there are so many factors to consider that relying solely on an online calculator to provide a meaningful answer is unwise.
Each of the 6 factors below are discussed in detail in this e-book. Complete the form to request your copy now.
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