When should I start taking my social security benefit?
Deciding when to begin receiving your social security benefit can be a complex decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Knowing your full retirement age is the first step in the decision process. Once full retirement age is determined, other parts of the decision process will include the following:
Family longevity Your health
Current earnings now and in the future
Other income for support
Whether or not others qualify for benefits on your record?
So once you’ve considered all of these other aspects you should be well on your way to figuring out when you should start taking your social security benefit.
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