Clients can receive Social Security benefits as early as age 62, but starting then triggers one or two drawbacks.
For one, starting at 62 causes a permanent 25% decrease in monthly benefits. A client who would receive, say, $2,400 a month at age 66 (now full retirement age) would receive only $1,800 a month, before any cost-of-living adjustments.
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