What is the Age for Full Retirement?

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What is the age for full retirement?

What is the Age for Full Retirement?

The Social Security Administration continues to change the age for full retirement. Here is a listing according to the year you were born and the current age for full retirement.

If you were born in 1937 or earlier, then the age for full retirement is 65 years old.

For those born in 1938, the age of full retirement is 65 and 2 months.

The age of full retirement for those who were born in 1939 is 65 and 4 months.

For those born in 1940, the age of full retirement is 65 and 6 months.

For those who were born in 1941, the age of full retirement is 65 and 8 months.

The age of full retirement for those born in 1942 is 65 and 10 months.

If you were born during the years 1943-1954, then the age of full retirement is 66 years old.

For those born in 1955, the age of full retirement is 66 and 2 months.

If you were born in 1956 then the age of retirement is 66 and 4 months.

The full age of retirement for those born in 1957 is 66 and 6 months.

If you were born in 1958 the age of full retirement is 66 and 8 months.

For those born in 1959, the age of full retirement is 66 and 10 months.

The age of retirement for those born in 1960 and after is 67 years old.

For those who were born on January 1st, use the previous years age of full retirement.

   

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