Using a reverse mortgage to delay Social Security: does it make sense?
Jamie Patrick Hopkins
Delaying your Social Security benefit claim offers one of the best routes to higher retirement income - annual benefits increase 8 percent for every 12 months that you delay from age 62 to 70. But the strategy often comes with a challenge: how to meet living expenses while you wait?
Miller, Mark, "Using a reverse mortgage to delay Social Security: does it make sense?" (2017). In the News. 2470.