Retirement -- How and When to Take Social Security

August 2015
San Diego Business Journal;8/31/2015, Vol. 36 Issue 35, p2
The article reports that the Full Retirement Age (FRA) is the age at which one is entitled to full retirement benefit, but is dependent on the year in which he or she is born.


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