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Social Security’s Real Retirement Age is 70

Benefits claimed before 65 were actuarially reduced, so that those who claimed at 62 and those who claimed at 65 could expect to receive about the same total amount in benefits over their lifetimes. Continue reading

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Social Security’s Real Retirement Age Is 70

Due to increases in Social Security’s Delayed Retirement Credit, the effective retirement age is now 70, with monthly benefits reduced for earlier claiming. Continue reading

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When to Take Social Security

You really can hit the “pause” button on your Social Security retirement benefits—and if you do, it will increase their value later. (via WS Continue reading

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5 Top Headlines in Retirement News

A healthy retirement at age 60 is no longer a sure thing. Headlines show Social Security is not a reliable source of post-retirement income for those currently under 40, and the new retirement age will be closer to 67-70 in the years to come. Read on for more understanding of the challenges facing younger generations when planning for retirement. Continue reading

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