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February 20, 2006


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I am trying to decide whether or not to take social security in june when I turn 62, or wait until 66. I am financially secure, not wealthy, will have a pa teacher's pension, have some investments to draw on at age 70. I would like to be comfortable now and not have to wait to travel. also, that money would pay for my health insurance. So, what to do?

Mary --

I'll post your question next week and ask my readers for suggestions. They're a pretty good bunch and I think you'll get a lot of help.

Did you get any comments about my former question? If so, where will I find them?

Yep. See here:

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