It’s common to see articles stating that delaying Social Security is a great deal, because it gives you an 8% return per year. Delaying Social Security is indeed a good deal, in a majority of cases. But it doesn’t give anything close to an 8% return — not usually anyway. Why Delaying Social Security Doesn’t … Read moreInvesting Blog Roundup: Why Delaying Social Security Doesn’t Provide an 8% Return
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