John Brenkovich wasn’t about to let his client make the mistake that so many people in similar circumstances make: He wanted to apply for Social Security early.
Aside from receiving a significantly reduced benefit for the rest of his life, the client wouldn’t, as he assumed, actually receive his benefit early. In fact, he would have to wait two years, when he hit his full retirement age, to see his first Social Security check.
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