In some cases, age 62 is the right time to apply for Social Security and start collecting benefits.
Taking advantage of a Roth conversion can make sense in some but not all cases. Learn more here.
Rely on spousal benefits? It depends on these two variables...
Hint: It's kind of scary.
If you want to be covered by Social Security, here's what you'll need to do.
There are many reasons to not retire before 66, such as the ability to save more, amass more, spend less, and enjoy more health insurance. But if all your ducks are in a row, retiring early might still work.
If Social Security is a major source of your current or expected retirement income, you could be in for a rude awakening.
Extra tax benefits can make health savings accounts your best bet.
You can start collecting Social Security as early as 62, but it's important to know what happens if you do.
A geographically mobile lifestyle in our working years can come back and bite us in retirement.