Retirement may be a far cry away for the majority of Americans – but it's something that may still be on the forefront of everyone's minds as they continue to save for when that day comes.
The retirement age will depend on when people "are entitled to 100 percent of your Social Security benefits which are determined by your lifetime earnings," according to AARP.
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According to the organization, if someone was born between 1943 and 1954, their "full retirement age" is 66 based on benefits earned from working and spousal benefits. Comparatively, for those born in 1960 and after, it is 67.
However, a new report by GoBankingRates, suggests that the retirement age may also waiver depending on the state you live in. And in most states, people are leaving the workforce before 67 years old.