important ages may affect a worker’s plans to claim Social Security
retired-worker benefits. Workers may claim full Social Security benefits
at the full retirement age (FRA), which is rising gradually to age 67 for
workers who were born in 1960 or later. Retired workers may claim benefits
as early as age 62, which is known as the early eligibility age (EEA). Social
Security benefits are reduced, however, for every month that retired
worker benefits are claimed before the FRA.
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