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**every person** has different circumstances.

Also, when will a person be most likely to "enjoy" the SS money? Take it at 62, more likely to be traveling, doing things, etc., etc., etc. while wait till 70 you might be splurging on an upgraded pill box and life alert bracelet.

JLC


Hopefully everyone on this board has done their best to build a large enough asset base in their retirement plans and taxable accounts to provide more than enough bridge money to do plenty of traveling, and doing all those fun things you mention in the early Go-Go years of the spending smile so that delaying to take SS at 70 is fine and dandy.

BB
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