U.S. Retirees Aren't Waiting Till Age 70 to Collect Social Security

U.S. Retirees Aren't Waiting Till Age 70 to Collect Social Security

The American College of Financial Services
The Street
September 20, 2022

With many retirees beginning to claim their Social Security benefits earlier, experts say they might be better off drawing down other retirement savings assets first to avoid unnecessary tax burdens. Adjunct Professor of Advanced Planning Steve Parrish explains the benefits of waiting in this article from The Street.

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