Re-think Social Security Infographic

One Of The Biggest Decisions Of Your Life

Planning To Begin Your Retirement Early?

59% of individuals age 62 or older began Social Security before Full Retirement Age (FRA).1

53% began Social Security before Full Retirement Age just because they were eligible.1

Potential Benefits Of Waiting

Total Monthly Benefits2

Total Monthly Benefits

Age 62

$1,420

Age 66 + 6 Mo. FRA

$2,317

Age 70

$3,549

$2,129 MORE if
you wait until 70

A 65-year-old woman has a 34% chance of living to age 90; a man, 23%.3

Total Lifetime Benefits Age 902

Total Lifetime Benefits Age 90

Age 62

$742,516

Age 66 + 2 Mo. FRA

$966,917

Age 70

$1,161,521

$419,005 MORE if
you wait until 70

Potentially your single BIGGEST asset retirement.

Three Steps To Retirement Confidence

1

Know Your Situation
Your retirement is unique to you. Define your individual goals and concerns.

2

Work With A Financial Advisor
Professional advice makes a difference.

3

Write Your Plan Down
Having a plan in your head may not be enough.