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Does your benefit amount get reduced if you stop working at 61 and worked 37 years, but wait till 65 to start collecting social security ?
Asked by a 62 year old man from Englishtown, NJ on 7/24/2017

If you stop working at 61, but wait to begin benefits until your FULL RETIREMENT AGE (FRA - which is likely age 66 or 67 for you - it depends on your day and year of birth) then you'll get the full FRA amount. You don't get a reduction because the reduction or increase is based on the age you claim, not the age you stop working. If you wait until 70 to begin benefits, you'll get even more.

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