Considering when and how to take Social Security retirement benefits?

When should I take Social Security benefits?

Is there value in waiting?

Do I really give up much if I take them early?

Should I take benefits at age 62 or age 70 or somewhere in between?

Should I take benefits at age 62 or age 70 or somewhere in between?

YOU HAVE QUESTIONS… I HAVE ANSWERS.

Social Security is a substantial part of a retiree’s income.  When considering your retirement plans, it’s important to make informed, smart decisions regarding when and how to take your Social Security Retirement income.  Making a hasty decision could cost you 10’s, if not 100’s, of thousands of dollars.

I’m Brian Grigg, a Retirement Specialist and owner of Grigg Financial Solutions. I’ve been in the financial services business for over 30 years. I care very much about helping you navigate the options and making good decisions.

I encourage you to take advantage of a FREE consultation meeting with me to look at your specific situation.  At this meeting we’ll explore all the scenarios and calculate your benefits – so that you can weigh your options and make the best possible decision for you and your family. You won’t be asked to buy anything or do anything at this meeting.  So, relax and register now.

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