What is your Social Security full retirement age - CNBC

This year marks the start of the Silver Tsunami, with almost 12,000 people turning 65 daily in the next few years. However, many people are surprised that they have not reached their full retirement age to be able to collect 100 percent of their Social Security benefits. Why? Changes to the Social Security retirement age, which happened more than 40 years ago, pushed the retirement age from 65 to 67. Lorie Konish explains what you need to know about your Social Security retirement age. Read Ms. Konish’s article here…

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