Many people aren’t aware they can get a higher social security payment in retirement.
Depending how you file, you may be able to increase your social security benefits by 8% a year (up to 32%/year overall) when you delay taking benefits beyond full retirement age.
But as they say, the devil is in the details. Does filing this way make good financial sense? What are some ways you can start preparing now to be able to maximize your social security benefits when you get to your golden years?
Find out today on Wealth Talks.