Social Security’s “full retirement age” is now going up

You may have already heard that Social Security’s full retirement age – the age at which you get 100% of the benefit you’ve earned – is already going up for those now aging into their Social Security years.  What that means is that taking benefits early gives you an even steeper cut than before, and waiting until age 70 to collect benefits won’t get you as much as it once did.  This U.S. News & World Report article by staff writer Emily Brandon explains.  Click here to read more.

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