This Social Security move ‘can alleviate, if not eliminate’ the retirement crisis

About half of Americans take Social Security before their full retirement age (FRA), which ranges in age from 66 to 67, Martha Shedden, president of the National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts (NARSSA), which trains advisors on how to help their clients make optimal Social Security decisions, told Yahoo Money.

Published by Pamela Kweller, RSSA®

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