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Which Is Better? Social Security Benefits at Age 62 or at Full Retirement Age?
Motley FoolLink to more items from this source
Nov. 9, 2004
Excerpt: If you retire before reaching full Social Security retirement age, you must decide whether to take an early retirement benefit or wait until you can take a higher benefit at your full retirement age. This decision will depend on your personal situation at the time it must be made. By answering a few pertinent questions regarding this issue, your choice should become easier to make.

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