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Subject:  Re: Dear Old Mom Date:  1/5/2000  9:39 AM
Author:  JoePickard Number:  17372 of 88775

You can wait until you are 61 to decide; factors should include: your health, your job/income at the time; financial returns available at the time. Personally, in general, I agree with starting to collect SocSec at 62 and continuing to invest what you can in the market. Your return at any point should be higher than waiting to start collecting.
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