How Working an Extra Year Improves Your Retirement Finances Reviewed by Momizat on . How Delaying Retirement One Year Provides Financial Advantages Working just one additional year before retirement can increase your Social Security benefits and How Delaying Retirement One Year Provides Financial Advantages Working just one additional year before retirement can increase your Social Security benefits and Rating: 0
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How Working an Extra Year Improves Your Retirement Finances

work-longer-retirementHow Delaying Retirement One Year Provides Financial Advantages

Working just one additional year before retirement can increase your Social Security benefits and provide other financial advantages.  Emily Brandon, senior editor for Retirement at U.S. News, discusses this and that an additional year also means continuing to receive company benefits instead of paying for them yourself.

To read the full article in U.S. News & World Report, click: How Working an Extra Year Improves Your Retirement Finances.

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