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Should You Take Social Security at Age 62, 67, or 70? Statistically Speaking, There's a Clear-Cut Answer

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fool.com/retirement/2023/08/19/should-you-take-social-security-at-age-62-67-or-70

For most retirees, Social Security income plays a very important role in their financial foundation. Even though the average retired worker brought home a modest benefit check of $1,837.29 in June (about $22,000 when annualized), this payout helps between 80% and 90% of retired workers make ends meet, based on more than 20 years' worth of surveys from national pollster…

This story from fool.com was posted on 2023-08-20 by @polaris.

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