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Retirement Issues to keep in mind between Age 50 and 72

A good set of age related investment/topics/decisions to keep in mind as you approach retirement:

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  • edited February 13
    Thanks @bee

    This one doesn’t apply to me. Some good advice for the kids on the board however.
  • Thanks @bee
    Passing this along to those in need of this information.
  • edited February 13
    I wish they would come up with a different term for taking benefits at 66. 66 surely isn't "full" retirement age if it gets fuller and fuller every year after until 70.
    If you were born between 1943 and 1954, age 66 is your "full retirement age" for Social Security. That's the age at which you may first become entitled to full or unreduced retirement benefits.
  • Quite right, @MikeM.
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