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Greetings, Atlwcx, and welcome. You wrote:

<<With the new legialation, I want to compute options.
I'm now 65 and intend to work another 2 to 5 years.
Looking for a table or formula to determine whether or not to start benefits now, or to wait until I retire.>>

If you delay your benefit, then based on your age you will see that benefit increase 6% per year for every year up to age 70 that you delay beyond age 65.

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