Thousands of Baby Boomers will ask, “When should I start taking Social Security?” They will ask that question each day for the next seventeen years. Are you prepared to answer that question? How much you receive from Social Security depends on three primary factors:
- Your earnings record
- When you elect
- How long you expect to live
Since you can’t go back and change your earnings record, and you have minimal control over how long you live, when to elect and the options you choose may be one of the of most important decisions for your retirement.
Through Social Security Timing, offered by UCCU Financial Group, we can help you examine many possible election options and find the one that offers the highest expected lifetime benefit for you and your spouse. For further information call Steve Lloyd at (801) 223-7502 or visit uccufinancialgroup.com.
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