This page describes how the full retirement age to receive Social Security
benefits is increasing.
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 ...
Your full retirement age is 66. Remember, the earliest a person can start
receiving Social Security retirement benefits will remain age 62. If you start
Have you seen ”Social Security: Americans Agree? ... Social Security's full-
benefit retirement age is increasing gradually because of legislation passed by ...
Mar 20, 2016 ... Your exact Social Security full retirement age depends on the year you were born
, and is somewhere between 66 and 67. Here's a chart that ...
Many people don't realize that the exact age they are when they begin taking
Social Security benefits determines the percentage of benefits they will actually ...
Social Security is based on contributions that workers make into the system.
While you're employed, you pay into Social Security; you receive benefits later on
May 6, 2013 ... As important as Social Security is to many people's post-retirement finances, ...
eligible at age 62, according to Social Security Administration.
Sep 9, 2013 ... The age you begin to collect Social Security benefits affects the payments you
will receive for the rest of your life. Checks are reduced if you ...
Jun 9, 2014 ... Many people are in a headlong rush to claim their Social Security benefits as
soon as possible but, depending on their situation, this haste may ...