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Your full retirement age is 65 and 2 months

Remember, the earliest a person can start receiving Social Security retirement benefits will remain age 62.

If you start receiving retirement benefits at age 62, you will get 79.2% of the monthly benefit because you will be getting benefits for an additional 38 months.

If you start receiving benefits as a spouse at

  • your full retirement age, you will get 50% of the monthly benefit your spouse would receive if his or her benefits started at full retirement age.
  • age 62, you will get 37.1% of the monthly benefit instead of 50% because you will be getting benefits for an additional 38 months.

Note: If you qualify for benefits as a Survivor, your full retirement age may be different.

How Your Social Security Benefit Is Reduced
62  79.2%  37.1%
62 + 1 month 79.6 37.3
62 + 2 months 80.0 37.5
62 + 3 months 80.6 37.8
62 + 4 months 81.1 38.2
62 + 5 months 81.7 38.5
62 + 6 months 82.2 38.9
62 + months 82.8 39.2
62 + 8 months 83.3 39.6
62 + 9 months 83.9 39.9
62 + 10 months 84.4 40.3
62 + 11 months 85.0 40.6
63 85.6 41.0
63 + 1 month 86.1 41.3
63 + 2 months 86.7 41.7
63 + 3 months 87.2 42.0
63 + 4 months 87.8 42.4
63 + 5 months 88.3 42.7
63 + 6 months 88.9 43.1
63 + 7 months 89.4 43.4
63 + 8 months 90.0 43.8
63 + 9 months 90.6 44.1
63 + 10 months 91.1 44.4
63 + 1 months 91.7 44.8
64 92.2 45.1
64 + 1 month 92.8 45.5
64 + 2 months 93.3 45.8
64 + 3 months 93.9 46.2
64 + 4 months 94.4 46.5
64 + 5 months 95.0 46.9
64 + 6 months 95.6 47.2
64 + 7 months 96.1 47.6
64 + 8 months 96.7 47.9
64 + 9 months 97.2 48.3
64 + 10 months 97.8 48.6
64 + 11 months 98.3 49.0
65 98.9 49.3
65 + 1 month 99.4 49.7
65 + 2 months 100.0 50.0
*If your birthday is on the 1st of the month, then we figure the benefit as if your birthday were the previous month.


Click here for a chart of retirement benefits and reductions based on different years of birth.