Claiming Social Security benefits at the earliest eligible age of 62 is not a smart financial move for most people.
The most popular start date for Social Security is 62, which is the earliest age possible. Among women, 48% start their Social Security checks at that age versus 42% of men.
While the vast majority of people are happy with their decision regarding the timing of their Social Security benefits, some people regret what they’ve done.
The good news is that for some Social Security recipients it is possible to undo this pivotal decision.
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