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its interesting MSNBC site always say do not take social security early.
But do your math, At my current aget I have to wait until age 66 and 8 months.
So the break even point between taking it at age 62 and full 66 years 8 months comes out to bue age 77. So it wont be until after age 77 that I will be getting mo...more
i did the math on social security
my early is age 62
my full is age 66 and 8 months
the breakeven point for me is age 77, before age 77 its better to take the age 62.
if i live longer than 77 waiting for age 66 n 8 months is better
but my health will be a lot better at age 62 than 77.
So take it early a...more
what this article does not state is the time difference between taking early (age 62 ) and full for me age (66 and 7 months). The breakeven point is age 77. So if you take early age 62 you will be better off and get more money back up to age 77. After that it would have been better to wait.
So think about it, how h...more
something stinks, and it ain't dead fish.
what kind of gun,
what kind of holster.
bullet went through the lungs and the heart,
wait a minute, the lungs are on the sides of the heart, so the bullet would have had to go thru her side then the heart, how could that happen if she was facing the cop huggin his bac...more
The current rates stink.
Yes its ok if you have some that are 15 years old.
you can no longer buy them by payroll deduction
you do not get paper bonds, you only get an online acct with the feds, so what happens if you owe back taxes, they confiscate them thats what.
you can do a lot better putting your money i...more
do the math, if you retire at age 62 you have to live to be 77 before you hit the breakeven point of which is the difference between retireing at 62 and your nomal (for me its 66 n 8 months).
What will be your quality of life at age 77 anyway?
These surveys seem more to scare us into delaying retirment and saving t...more
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