How to Retire at Age 62 Without Claiming Social Security

How to Retire at Age 62 Without Claiming Social Security
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In fact, age 62 is a pretty common retirement age because it's when seniors are first allowed to sign up for Social Security, albeit at a reduced rate compared to FRA. As such, it pays to look into ways to retire at age 62 without claiming Social Security right away. If you're entering retirement with a healthy nest egg, then it may be more than possible to live on the withdrawals you take from your IRA or 401(k) plan.

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