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To clarify, the full retirement age (100 percent of benefits) is 66 or 67 (if born in 1960 or later). The monthly benefit will be higher the later you retire up to a maximum of age 70. Currently, that adjustment is an additional 8 percent per year after age 66. So retiring at age 70 gets you 132 percent of monthly benefit. ssa.gov/planners/retire/1943-delay.html
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