Filing for social security when 62
I am a library worker age 62. My income and requirements are not large. My spouse passed away away 5 years ago. No kids. I will be able to claim full survivor benefits when I turn 66. It is larger than mine.
I plan to continue working for a few years. I continue to work because my work is fun. I work with lot of really nice students, great student employees, and have a great boss and coworkers. My health will cause me to retire before 65.
I cannot see any downside to taking early social security and continuing to work (except for the complexifing of my federal and state income tax filing).
Am I missing something?