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OT: When to start Social Security
wallenjs 11-14-2005, 5:59 PM | Post #159663 | 
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It seems to me, if you have sufficient assets with 401k, IRAs, taxable accounts, that it would make sense to draw down these assets first and hold out for a later start on Social Security. (Maybe 70 instead of 62) Since by delaying SS you are getting a guaranteed increase in spending dollars, whereas your other assets are subject to market forces. Agree? Disagree? How have others decided when to take SS?

Thanks,

wallenjs

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