viewtopic.php?p=1593773#p1593773As I recall, and I haven't done any real serious thinking about this in a number of years, 64 and 67 were two of my favorite years. So men would come out slightly ahead by starting at 64 (but only in some probabilistic expected value sense) and women would come out slightly ahead starting at 67.
sscritic wrote:P.S. you have to understand the meaning of "not increase benefits" means. Your monthly benefits go up, but you don't live long enough to collect more* than if you had just started a little earlier.
mickeyd wrote:One of the things about SS that I have learned to appreciate during the last couple of years is how flexible SS is.
sscritic wrote:Delayed retirement credits are first paid in the following January.
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