Retirement age determines Social Security benefit amount

Dec 6, 2010 | Social Security Benefits

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According to, when you decide when you want to retire, the amount of your Social Security benefits will be determined.

Most people who are thinking about retiring now can claim full Social Security benefits at age 66. Claiming benefits before then can result in your Social Security benefits being less.

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At what age do you plan on retiring? Do you think the age at which you retire should determine your Social Security benefit amount?

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