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Thanks Pixie for boiling down the somewhat complicated calculation to a common sense conclusion. They now do tax 85% of my SS therefore they will tax 85% of my wifes if she starts at 62. But at 65 not only will the payments be larger ,we will be well back down to the 28% bracket from the impending 31%. So do you think that this combination could justify her waiting to 65?
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