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 full-benefit retirement age for those born in 1942 or earlier is 65. Social Security benefits for people born between 1943 and 1954 kicks in at age 66, with the age gradually increasing to 67 for people born in 1960 ... More »

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Enter the year you were born into a full retirement age calculator to determine how old you need to be to receive full Social Security retirement benefits. Once you calculate your full retirement age, decide the best tim... More »

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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A widow or widower can receive Social Security death benefits as soon as age 60 of full retirement age and as soon as age 50 if the survivor is disabled, according to the Social Security Administration. If the surviving ... 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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Social Security benefits are based on a person's highest 35 wage-earning years, so retirement at age 60 can impact benefits if that person leaves a well-paying job, notes AARP. People who make less than they did in their... More »

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