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<<<Assuming that you're not still working and subject to the $14,160 annual earnings limitation on benefits, why wouldn't you take you're Social Security check on the day you're eligible?>>>

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From the link supplied* the benefit increases for me: 5% from age 62 to 63: then 6 2/3% every year from age 63 to age 66; then 8% a year until until age 70%.

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I understand that, but you don't have to delay taking your SS benefit to take advantage of it. You can have your cake and eat it, too by using the Withdrawal of Application strategy.

http://www.retireearlyhomepage.com/SS_delay_70.html

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