10/23/2013 – Social Security’s real retirement age is 70 (MarketWatch)

Social Security’s retirement age is 70.  The simple fact is that monthly benefits are highest at age 70 and are reduced actuarially for each year they are claimed before age 70.  This is a relatively new development, which may explain why Social Security’s retirement age is the best-kept secret in town.

Read the full article at WSJ MarketWatch.

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