According to the Social Security Administration, the full retirement age is 65. This is called the "normal retirement age," and is the age at which full retirement benefits become available. More »

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Previously, so-called retirement age was 65; however, the Social Security Administration, or SSA, advises Americans that a person's retirement age is not fixed, but rather it depends on when a person was born. The SSA fo... More »

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The full retirement age is the age at which people are eligible to enjoy their full Social Security benefits. As of 2013, the full retirement age was 66 years. The full retirement age of a person can be between 62 and 70... More »

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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 »

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50 is a good age for early retirement if the individual has saved money for retirement, can reduce his retirement expenses, is willing to trade or barter for certain items and services, and can control his expenses, stat... More »

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People born in 1949 reach the Social Security Administration's full retirement age when they turn 66. Although people born in 1949 have the option to collect retirement benefits once they turn 62, any choice to do so bef... More »

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The state of Georgia exempts up to $65,000 of retirement income per year from state income tax for taxpayers who are age 65 and older, according to Erwin and Branton, LLC. Retirement income from pensions and annuities, S... More »

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