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What is my Social Security retirement age? [Video]

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What is my Social Security retirement age?
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ANDREW’S ANSWERS: Disability Attorney Andrew November is here to give you ANSWERS! On today’s episode, Andrew covers this topic: What is my Social Security retirement age?

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Katie Nobles:
Hi, I’m Katie Nobles. And thank you so much for joining us. With me today, is disability attorney Andrew November here for another segment of Andrew’s Answers. And today, Andrew, you’re gonna be tackling a question that we get all the time in the office. And that is what is my social security retirement age.
Andrew November:
Hi Katie. Thanks for having me back. This is a question that the office gets, and this is a question that I get all the time. It’s also important for our long-term disability clients as well. So this answer is not just for our social security viewers. If you’re receiving long-term disability benefits, you’ve probably asked me, when does my social security end. 50% of the time, I’m gonna tell you age 65 and probably the other 50% of the time, I’m gonna tell you your social security retirement age. Again, it depends on what your contract says. So this information’s important for everyone. All right. The easy answer. First, if you were born in 1960 or later, your full retirement age is 67. Now Katie’s gonna include a little bit of a link, a little link here for you to click, and then you can see the numbers that I’m talking about on your own.
Andrew November:
But if you’re born in 1959, it’s 66 and 10 months in 1958, 66 and eight months, 1957, 66 and six months, 1956, 66 and four months. I’m almost done guys, 1955, 66 and two months. And then finally, 1943 to 1954 it’s age 66. So I know we have a, a lot large audience that watches these videos. That’s why I wanted to cover different ages, but I think the majority of people that are gonna contact us are probably gonna be in that group from 1960 and later. And again, 1960 and later is age 67. Please click the link. There’s other variables that are important, including an explanation of how early retirement works. If you’re interested in that topic, raise your hand, put a comment in the comment section, let us know if you wanna learn a little bit more about that. I would be happy to cover that topic, but again, 1960 and later, age 67 is your full retirement age. Thanks for watching.