3 Reasons Not to Retire at 65

3 Reasons Not to Retire at 65
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Age 65 is when Medicare eligibility kicks in, so it's easy to associate 65 with retirement. Age 65 may be when Medicare eligibility begins, but it's not full retirement age (FRA) for Social Security purposes. You are allowed to start collecting Social Security at age 65.

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