Cornerstone Financial Team
As life expectancy has grown, your retirement now can last between 20 and 30 years. So Social Security planning is
critical, no matter how much money you have. It can make a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars. For example,
if you retire at age 62 and pass away at age 86, you’ll receive at least 25% less for 24 years. But, if you wait to retire at
age 70, you’ll receive 32% more for 16 years.
If your retirement income at age 66 was $2,000 per month, this could be a difference of over $200,000 during your
lifetime. Arriving at a decision on when to retire is not easy. If you retire early, it could affect your spouse’s benefits. And
wages and other taxable income could cause up to 85% of your Social Security benefits to be exposed to income taxes.
Proper planning takes all of these factors into account to determine a Social Security strategy. For instance, a repositioning
of assets could reduce taxable income and provide for more reliable monthly income.
With over 500 different combinations of factors affecting benefits, it makes sense to talk to a financial advisor and get it
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