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Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Would You Take a Lump Sum for Social Security?
To put numbers on it, assume you are 62 today and you can get $2,000/month or a lump sum of $420,022. Quote was from Berkshire Hathaway Group.
Lump sum or Social Security?
Posted by Robert Wasilewski at 9:15 AM
Labels: retirement income, social security
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Lump sum duh!ReplyDelete
What would DIY investor choose???ReplyDelete
Lump sum looks pretty attractive, but do you really think the politicians would willingly give up the power they derive from controlling Social Security?ReplyDelete