Originally Posted by nothermark
If you are saying you have no regrets that's fine.
I am saying that I know people who have done it at 62 and regret it at 72 give or take a few years as they started running short of play money because the doctor bills started coming in and the investments stopped paying more than a few per cent. That is aside from the one's I know who are still working in their 70's.
My SS benefit of some $24,000 is about 1/4 of my income, so I don't regret taking it early.
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