Planning to Claim Social Security at 67? You May Need to Rethink That

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Planning to Claim Social Security at 67? You May Need to Rethink That

There's a reason many people aim to sign up for Social Security at age 67. Age 67 is full retirement age (FRA) for anyone born in 1960 or later. Or, financial worries might prompt you to sign up at a later one.

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