US/Canada Dual Citizen Retirement
I am a US/Canada dual citizen. The two countries have different retirement system, and I qualify for them in different ways. But since the US Social Security increases as your withdrawal date is postponed, I would like to first start collecting from Canada's Old-Age Security first at age 65. Then upon hitting age 70, move back to US and start collecting Social Security.
Is this legal? Does Canada allow you to back out of their retirement programs and join the US one? Are there dual citizens who are contemplating similar strategies?
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