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  • Steve 

    Steve 
    NewRetirement

    San Francisco, CA

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  • Given people's current longer life expectancies and the unknowns in the future - it's typically much less risky to delay retirement until at least your Social Security "full retirement age" since
    - you'll guarantee yourself a much higher lifetime annual income from Social Security
    - you'll have more time to invest and save
    - you'll need to rely on your savings for less time

    If you use our Calculator - it will run some scenarios for you for different retirement ages https://www.newretirement.com/retirement-calculator/default.aspx

  • Login to rate this answer:   Answered on 4/29/2015
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