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"Or, you can take payments at 62 and when you turn 70+, pay back what you have received to that point, re-apply and begin receiving the much higher rate."

If, and only if, that provision is still in place. No telling what will happen.

It is like buying an annuity again at that point. It only makes sense if you expect to live past 77-78.

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