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  • Retire between age limits.

    Asked by someone from Wellington, FL on 6/1/2020

    If you wait to retire until age 67 instead of age 66, you get about an 8% increase in benefits. But what if you retire at 66 1/2 for example, will you get 1/2 of the 8% increase (4%)? Or if you retire at 66 3/4, will you get 3/4 of 8% (6%)? Or do you have to wait until you get to be 67 to get the 8% (all or nothing)?

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