How a Counterintuitive Social Security Strategy Can Fund an Early Retirement
Posted by William Byrnes on February 17, 2014
Astute financial producers recognize that some of the most successful planning strategies are those customized to meet the individual client’s needs, and, in some cases, this means defying conventional wisdom and focusing on the numbers at hand. Effective Social Security planning is no different.
While it may seem obvious to some advisors that clients should be counseled to delay collecting Social Security in order to maximize benefit levels, in reality this may not be the most effective strategy for many clients. By going against the grain and claiming benefits early, this counterintuitive Social Security strategy can actually help clients make the most of their traditional retirement savings accounts.
Read the full analysis of Professor William Byrnes and Robert Bloink at Think Advisor !
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