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Social Security Reward Not Enough for Americans to Delay Claim
Financial AdvisorLink to more items from this source
June 29, 2021

"[O]nly 10% of non-retired Americans ages 45 and older are planning to wait until age 70 to collect the maximum monthly benefit.... Nearly one-third (30%) said they plan to begin claiming Social Security between the ages of 62 and 65; 14% plan to file between ages 66 and 69; and 46% are unsure when they will file for the benefit."

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