In the United States, the retirement age is currently 65, but is gradually increasing to 67. Some reduced benefits may be available to those who are 62, and some employers offer retirement as early as age 55.
In retirement communities, the age may be a little more relaxed, often at 50 or 55.
The AARP allows couples in which one spouse has reached the age of 50 to join, regardless of the age of the younger spouse.
No succession to senior citizen election. (non-senior citizen family members cannot succeed to rights formerly enjoyed by tenant of record) (Real Estate Review)
Jun 26, 1991; No succession to senior citizen election Can a non-senior citizen family member succeed to rights which were personally enjoyed...
SENIOR CITIZEN FIRE SAFETY TASK FORCE PRESENTS FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS TO FIRE CHIEF CARR, COUNTY EXECUTIVE LEGGETT
Feb 11, 2009; ROCKVILLE, Md., Oct. 22 -- Montgomery County issued the following press release: Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett today...