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I've just retired at 60 and may not work any more. I hear that if I wait until I'm 65 to start drawing social security payments, the fact that I will not have worked those 5 years will mean a reduction in payments as these last years at zero will deduct from what had otherwise been maximum contributions for about 35 years. Can anyone advise?? Thanks.
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