This page describes how the full retirement age to receive Social Security benefits is increasing.
This Retirement Planner page explains what Social Security means by full retirement age.
If you were born between 1943 and 1954, this web page explains how much your benefit will be reduced if you retire before your full retirement age.
If you were born in 1960 or later, this web page explains how much your benefit will be reduced if you retire before your full retirement age.
Full retirement age is the age at which a person may first become entitled to full or unreduced retirement benefits. No matter what your full retirement age (also ...
Social Security's full-benefit retirement age is increasing gradually because of legislation passed by Congress in 1983. Traditionally, the full benefit age was 65, ...
Dec 4, 2016 ... To help improve Social Security's finances, Congress decided that the retirement age should be raised to 67. This is phased in gradually, ...
Mar 20, 2016 ... However, your Social Security retirement age is actually age 66, 67, or somewhere in between, depending on when you were born. Here's ...
Jun 9, 2017 ... There's a lot to learn about Social Security, but perhaps the most important thing to know is your full retirement age, or the age at which you ...