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Social Security Claiming Guide

Social Security usually may be elected at any time between 62 and 70. Although there is an age restriction of when you are eligible, many people decide to receive social security when they retire. There are multiple factors that can affect how much social security you will receive. Neglecting the consideration of these factors could cause you to lose the lifestyle you had planned for.

The team at AHF can assist you in determining the options to potentially increase your financial lifetime benefits. Contact one of our offices today to learn more about different social security options available to you.

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