The maximum Social Security retirement benefit amount varies with the age a person retires, states the official Social Security website. As of 2015, if a person retires at 65, his maximum monthly benefit is $2,663. If re... More »

The maximum Social Security benefit varies depending on a worker's retirement age and the calendar year the worker retires, according to the Social Security Administration. Two workers who retire in the same year, but at... More »

The only way to receive the maximum Social Security benefit is by reaching the Full Retirement Age, as stated by Forbes. The maximum Social Security benefit is prone to change with each coming year. More »

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As of 2015, the maximum Social Security benefit that a worker can receive if he waited until the full retirement age to request payment is $2,663 per month, reports Kiplinger. Full retirement age is 66 for people born be... More »

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