Though the full retirement age isn't until between 65 and 67 (depending on when you were born), you can start collecting Social Security benefits earlier on.
The Reasons You Should Claim Social Security Right Now
Though the full retirement age isn’t until between 65 and 67 (depending on when you were born), you can start collecting Social Security benefits at age 62.
One of the perks of working for so many years is that at retirement age you can finally start to take your Social Security benefits.
The end of a person’s life doesn’t necessarily mean the end of their Social Security payments.
In more alarming news about the state of Social Security, some experts are warning that up to 20% in payment cuts could be coming as early as 2032.
There's a decent chance that many Social Security recipients will be paying more taxes on their benefits this year than in years past.