Monday, September 29, 2014

Getting Paid to Wait by Resisting Early Payouts - Social Security

There are many reasons why seniors access Social Security at age 62: They don't want to work any longer. They were laid off in their later 50s or early sixties. They don't think Social Security will be around for them if they wait. But if they do wait, they'll get paid much more by delaying benefits. In part 1 of The Strategies to Max Social Security Benefits, Syndicated financial columnist and talk show host Steve Savant interviews Social Security strategist and expert Brian Doherty, author of Getting Paid to Wait (Bigger Social Security Benefits, the Simple and Easy Way).

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