Many people sign up for Social Security as soon as they become eligible at 62, but not all of them realize that doing so comes at a cost. It shrinks your checks, and it could cost you tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars throughout your retirement.
That doesn’t mean it’s a mistake for everyone. But if you regret signing up for Social Security right away, you should know there is something you can do to boost your benefits.
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