You can start collecting Social Security checks at age 62. But the longer you put it off, the more you'll get each month.
Thomas is wondering: What if he starts receiving Social Security payments at 62 but then has a change of heart?
Could he give the money back and restart the clock to receive bigger payments down the road?
This is an interesting scenario, and I wasn't sure of the answer. So I contacted the Social Security Administration.
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