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Effects Of Early Or Delayed Social Security Benefits
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BirthRetirement
Benefit As A Percentage Of Full Retirement Age
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YearAge626364656667
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1943-54
6675%80%86.67%93.33%100%108%
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195566, 2mo74.17%79.17%85.56%
92..22%
98.89%106.67%
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195666, 4 mo73.33%78.33%
84..44%
91.11%97.78%105.33%
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195766, 6mo72.50%77.50%83.33%90%96.67%104%
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195866, 8mo71.67%76.67%82.22%88.89%95.56%102.67%
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195966, 10mo70.63%75.63%81.11%87.78%94.44%101.33%
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1960 or
6770%75%80%86.67%93.33%100%
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later
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Retirement Age = Full Retirement Age (FRA)
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BirthRetirement
Benefit As A Percentage Of Full Retirement Age
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YearAge686970
% Credit
Breakeven Point
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Age
FRA=66,70
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1943-54
66116%124%132%8%62 yr78,80
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195566, 2mo114.67%122.67%130.67%8%63 yr78,80
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195666, 4 mo113.33%121.33%129.33%8%64 yr78,80
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195766, 6mo112%120%128%8%65 yr79,81
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195866, 8mo110.67%118.67%126.67%8%66 yr82
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195966, 10mo109.33%117.33%125.33%8%67 yr82
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1960 or
67108%116%124%8%68 yr83
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Note: The maximum earned income allowed to collect Social Security if you have
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not reached full retirement age is $16,920. Otherwise, for every $2
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earned over $16,920, you lose $1 of your Social Security benefit.
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