Rethinking Retirement: How to avoid your social security benefit being penalized

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ST. LOUIS – When it comes to retirement pensions and social security benefits can get confusing.

The earliest someone can take social security is 62, unless they are a widow, then that age is 60.

Marvin Mitchell, senior financial planner and president of Compass Retirement Solutions, explains some of the scenarios that can affect how big someone’s social security benefit will be in retirement.

Get Marvin’s free book by visiting RethinkingRetirement.net.

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