Archive - January 7, 2010

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Feel Fabulous in 2010!
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What is the Social Security Full Retirement Age?

Feel Fabulous in 2010!

Does anyone know how the average time it takes to abandon a New Year’s Resolution?  I’m guessing two weeks, a month at most.  By February 1 I should be able to get a parking space again at the gym…gym_yachtfan

Maybe it would be easier if we had a different resolution for each month?  That way we would only have to forego chocolate and be on time for a mere 4 weeks, not a whole bloomin’ year!  (Okay, now you know my resolutions….)

If you, too want to feel fabulous this year because you actually accomplished your resolutions (note  I did …

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What is the Social Security Full Retirement Age?

The Full Retirement Age, or FRA (gotta love the government for their acronyms!), is a key figure for the individual who is planning to receive Social Security retirement benefits.  Back in the olden days, when Social Security was first dreamed up, FRA was always age 65.Social Security Full Retirement Age – Explained Then, in 1983 the Social Security Act was amended to make changes to the FRA.  Beginning with folks born in 1938, the FRA would be increased (see table below).  And for folks born in 1960 and beyond, FRA is age 67 (as of this writing!) but don’t expect this figure to remain constant.  Increasing… Read More

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