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What Is the Retirement Age If Born in 1952?

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If you were born in 1952, your retirement age is 66. Although you can retire at 62, you will not receive full benefits if you do.
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62. It would depend on which country you live in. In the United States, full retirement age for someone born between 1943 and 1954 is 66.
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You can retire with full benefits at 65.
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Full retirement age for anyone born after 1962 is 67. Waiting to collect until you're older increases the benefits by about 8% a year, and the increase could be more if you keep working
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