Just a quick note about the Open Social Security calculator: it now offers an option to save your inputs. There’s a link at the bottom of the page. Right-click that link and save the URL. When you revisit that URL, your prior inputs will be pre-filled.
This way you can come back later to revisit a calculation, or you can easily share it with somebody else (e.g., another member of your household or your financial planner).
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I hope you are well, and thanks for reading!
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