Slightly off topic. Up until recently I have ignored my
wife's SS (she has no assets of consequence but no
significant debt either). Now, I'm starting to pay attention
because I realized she will begin to draw (at 62) only
4.5 years after I begin. She never made big money, but she has worked her entire life and so the (projected)
SS benefits are nothing to sneeze at. In fact, they will be huge to us.
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