5/23/2012 – Retirees Taking Early Social Security Benefits Hits 35-year low

Retirement-minded Americans are getting the message: it pays to delay triggering Social Security benefits. That was one of the chief findings of a GAO study last year, and now the “take-up” rate for those who are eligible stands at a 35-year low. This is great news. Financially speaking, it means more retirees will be in better shape for the long haul.

Read the full article at Time</em>.