It may not make sense, but waiting to start Social Security can significantly increase your benefits in the long run. That’s because the longer you wait, the larger your monthly benefit will be.
Learn more by listening now to, Social Security: It pays to wait.
You’ll find out:
- How taking Social Security at 62 affects your benefits in the long run
- The factors you should consider before making your decision
- Strategies for investors like you, whether you’re single, married or divorced
Brian Doherty, Social Security expert and an author on the subject, joins David McWilliams, Head of UBS Wealth Management Transformation, for this important discussion.
Be sure to listen. This call can have a positive impact on your retirement.
About our speaker series
Social Security: It pays to wait is part of a special series dedicated to keeping you informed about issues that affect investing and your life. We invite you to join the conversation live every month for timely information that can help you make better decisions.
UBS Financial Services, Inc is not affiliated with New York Life or Mainstay Funds.
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