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The average gain in Social Security retirement benefits from working one additional year increases women’s monthly benefits by 8.6 percent, the CRR says. (Photo: Getty)

Although they might not necessarily want to do so, women who postpone retirement and delay their claiming of Social Security not only boost their eventual benefits, but achieve a greater gain from the action than men who work past retirement age and claim benefits later.

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