In the previous post, 5 Common Social Security Mistakes To Avoid – Ignore Spouse, we realized thousands of dollars for our retirement benefit can be lost by not considering spousal benefit. Many Americans continue to fail in this area as we are not maximizing the benefit of Social Security. In this post, a fourth common mistake will be shared, which you can avoid and maximize your Social Security income. You will find out you can actually save retirement money by tapping into your tax deferred retirement accounts (ROTH IRA or 401K) early. Continue reading
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