Researchers over at Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research have analyzed the “interest-free loan” opportunity presented by the loophole in Social Security that I’ve discussed before. Once their findings reach Congress, I’m betting this loophole gets closed.
Alicia Munnell and her colleagues at the Center recently published a short note in which they examine the potential impact of the loophole. The idea is this: normally, once you retire, your Social Security retirement benefit level is locked in – other than adjustments for inflation, it can’t go higher. The older you are when you start taking Social Security, the bigger your …Read More