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The Social Security Question

June 8, 2012


When it comes to the pros and cons of when to take your Social Security benefits there’s an ongoing debate. Is it better to start withdrawing at 62, or wait until you reach 70? How much difference will it make monetarily?

According to Jennie L. Phipps in: “7 Secrets You Won’t Learn from Social Security,”everyone is pretty much on their own when it comes to making this very important decision, because the Social Security Administration is certainly not going to advise you. 

Read Full Article Here: The Social Security Question

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