At What Age Are You Considered a Senior Citizen?

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In most cases, the age that a person is considered a senior citizen is 65. A senior citizen refers to an elderly person who has retired. In governmental contexts a senior citizen is a person who has reached an age at which pensions or medical benefits become available.
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Officially 65, because that is the age when you can begin collecting full benefits from Social Security in the U S. Some people begin drawing a fraction of their Social Security benefits
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It depends on the program/benefit you are referring to. Some programs consider age
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Depending on what stage you are in life will determine at what age you consider over the hill. As I teenager I believed 30 was over the hill, I now realize I was wrong in that thinking
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