Retirees have a choice to make about when to file for Social Security. Seniors become eligible for retirement income as soon as they turn 62 but can also file for benefits any time between ages 62 and 70. There are pros and cons to starting Social Security at different times, so three Motley Fool retirement experts have each made the case for why the perfect time to claim is 62, full retirement age, or age 70.
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