We are all likely to receive Social Security in some form, but some changes are inevitable.
The transition from disability to retirement is a scary one for Social Security recipients.
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Assuming you qualify for Social Security benefits, you can take them as soon as the first full month after your 62nd birthday.
While there's no universal "best," there are some key factors to consider in crafting an ideal retirement plan.
Social Security checks are at risk of falling about 23% within the next two decades. Be prepared to cover that gap if you want to keep the retirement you expected.
Find out why younger workers could see a hit to their benefits in the future.
Young adults don't think Social Security can survive in its current form. Is an intergenerational fight coming?
Be thorough in your retirement planning.
If you're still working past your full retirement age, if you expect to have a long retirement, or if you're not comfortable investing, it may make sense to delay your Social Security benefit up to age 70.