When Should You File for Social Security?
Would you choose to file at age 62, 66, or 70? The decision you make could impact you in a major way in your future retirement endeavors. For this week’s Lifetime Income Series case study see what Karl and Lisa Chang did in “Getting the Most Out of Social Security.” See PDF here or follow along with the slides below.
About James J Puplava CFP
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