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Wait for 70 for Social Security

March 27, 2013

NEW YORK (TheStreet)–Maxing out on your Social Security benefits is a pretty big deal, considering that the No. 1 fear among retirees is not having enough cash to live on all the way through retirement, according to a study by Prudential Financial. That study says Social Security accounts for about 40% of all retirement benefits, yet most retirees “never focus on how to help maximize the very benefits that may help sustain them throughout retirement.” For a number of reasons, “it’s best to delay” getting benefits, says Dan White, founder of the Glen Mills-based financial advisory firm Daniel A. White & Associates.

HERE’S WHY, AND HOW:
“For every year you wait [before turning 70], your income can go up,” White says. “Most people start drawing Social Security earlier than what is ideal for them.”

Ted Sarenski, a financial planner and member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’s National CPA Financial Literacy Commission, says Americans approaching retirement age should “run the numbers” and find out what they’re gaining and losing with their Social Security strategy.


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