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  • turning 66

    Asked by someone from Bassett, VA on 8/6/2019

    i retired at 62.will i get full benefits at 66 ?

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  • If you were born in 1955 or before, your full retirement is 66 and 2 months. If you were born between 1956 and 1960, your full retirement age could be closer to 67.

    Benefits are pro-rated by month, so if you take your benefit early it will only be reduced by a fractional amount.

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