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The writer of the above subject article forgot to taken into consideration the tax consequences of taking social security at age 62. If taking the reduced monthly check puts one in a higher tax bracket and 85% of your social security check is taxed, why would one want to take the social security at age 62.

I would like to see this questions addressed?

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