Claiming Social Security at 65? You May Need to Rethink That

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Claiming Social Security at 65? You May Need to Rethink That

Claiming Social Security at 65 may sound like a good plan. After all, when Franklin D. Roosevelt created the benefits program in 1935, 65 was set as the "standard" retirement age. Any retiree who chose it would get their full Social Security benefit.

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