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2017 Social Security Changes you should be aware of

The “full retirement age” as defined by Social Security is the age at which you are entitled to receive un-reduced benefits.  If you retire earlier than your full retirement age you will get less, if you retire later you’ll get more.  But Social Security’s full retirement age is changing for many in 2017, and you should be aware of these changes as well as the basic rules you should consider before deciding to apply.  This article at Social Security’s blog site posted by Jim Borland, SSA’s Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Communications explains.  Click here to read more.


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