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Women Delaying Social Security

Submitted by on February 14, 2018 – 2:18 pmNo Comment
Because women often have fewer years in the paid work sector, they get a bigger bump in benefits by delaying collecting Social Security if they are able. Working past age 66 benefits women by increasing the total number of years in the work force and making up for years away to raise children or care for elders family members.
Source: Squared Away Blog (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
From Living Well Network Update on 02/05/15. To learn more about the Living Well Network and sign up for our e-newsletter click here.
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