Don’t Claim Social Security Benefits Until You Can Answer These 3 Questions

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You can start collecting your Social Security benefits as early as age 62, and as late as age 70. (You could start after age 70, too, but there’s no benefit to doing so.) If you don’t yet know when you will claim your benefits, don’t just assume you’ll start as soon as possible, at age 62. Learn more about Social Security before deciding.

Here are three questions you should ask yourself before making any Social Security decisions.

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