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When Should You Start Taking Social Security? Part I

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Mon, 20 Sep 2010

We assume that many of our readers are already retired and collecting Social Security payments, or soon will be.  Our clients often ask us when they should start taking their benefits.  What few people know, however, is that after you have started receiving Social Security payments, you can still c

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