Please don’t take Social Security benefits at age 62, 66 or 70.
Please don’t take Social Security benefits at age 62, 66 or 70. There are likely better options!
62, 66 and 70; these are the three ages most people associate with Social Security and in nearly every circumstance would NOT provide you with your maximum lifetime benefit. From your 62nd birthday until your 70th birthday there are 96 months that you could file for Social Security benefits. When you include options your spouse would have, survivor benefits and advanced filing options – there are over 20,000 variations that a married couple could file for benefits. Each option would not only give you a different monthly benefit, but would also result in a different LIFETIME benefit. But if you just go by the conventional wisdom of filling at age 62, 66 or 70, you WILL likely be missing out.
Join us for a complimentary class that was created to help you understand:
- Why maximizing Social Security should be at the core of your retirement plan and strategies to optimize your filing
- Why in almost every case an individuals’ assets/investments are over exposed to risk
- How you can manage the impact of the “Social Security double tax” hit
Please note: Married couples who have not yet ﬁled for beneﬁts but are planning to will gain the most from this program.
This event on Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. is free and open to the public, and is presented by Brandon Archibald, founder of the Registered Investment Advisory Firm The Ivy League Advisory Group, based in Tilton NH. He is also the author of two books which center on thhe subject of you keeping more of your money.
This event will be held at Littleton Opera House, 2 Union St, Littleton, NH 03561
If you cannot join us for this event, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at the The Ivy League Advisory Group at 866-360-2724 or firstname.lastname@example.org.