Delaying Social Security Retirement Income

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Interesting article in the Wall Street Journal comparing delaying taking early retirement income benefits (age 62) to Full Retirement Age (FRA) or age 70. Several articles recently have covered this topic from the perspective of the benefits delay in the first stage increases them about 6% and then 8% for the second delay (from FRA to age 70). This article How to Beat Government Bonds – Using Social Security may be worth reading if you are near age 62.