65 Things Everyone Needs to
Know about Medicare
before Age 65
If your 65th birthday is in 2012, you are eligible for Medicare at age 65. However, age 65 for you is not Social Security Full Retirement Age. Your Social Security full retirement age is 66. You may begin drawing Social Security Retirement benefits as early as age 62. However, drawing your Social Security Retirement benefits prior to age 66 will result in reduced benefits. Delaying Social Security Retirement Benefits to age 70 will result in up to a 32% increase in benefit amount above your age 66 full retirement benefit.
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