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If you plan to work part or full time before reaching 65 it would seem prudent not to sign up for SS until 65 unless the amount you are making is small compared to SS. You don't lose the benefits while working and your lifetime SS benefits continue to increase. I know there is a trade off but if you only plan to work a few years and then retire or if you plan to work after 65 then why not wait? Comments?
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