The U.S. Social Security Administration's full retirement age chart displays full retirement ages by birth year. The chart also shows the percentage reduction for receiving benefits early and the corresponding informatio... More »

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The Social Security retirement age chart can be found on the office of Social Security website. The chart shows the retirement age for those born before or in 1937 until 1960 or later. More »

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The earliest a person can begin receiving Social Security retirement benefits is at the age of 62. However, an individual retiring at 62 will receive reduced benefits. To receive full benefits an individual must be betwe... More »

How much a person should have in retirement at different ages depends on a number of factors, such as the desired retirement age and income. Many financial advisers recommend saving 10 to 20 percent of income for retirem... More »

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A person who plans to collect Social Security in retirement can retire at any point between age 62 and his full retirement age, states the Social Security Administration. As of 2015, full retirement age under SSA rules r... 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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Individuals born in 1949 reach full retirement age at 66 years old, states the Social Security Administration. Age 66 is also the full retirement age for individuals who qualify for survivor benefits. Age 62 is the earli... More »

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