Patch's Poll: At What Age Do You Expect to Retire?

With the Social Security retirement age at 67 and talk of moving Medicare benefits to match, when do you think you'll be able to stop working?


The age for full Social Security benefits is now 67, although you can collect partial benefits starting at 62, according to the Social Security Administration.

Some Republicans in Congress are trying to get the Medicare benefit age moved from 65 to 67 to save money and to match the Social Security benefits age.

On top of those changes, the economy has forced many workers to delay retirement or even to go back to work to make ends meet.

Some workers are more than happy to keep their jobs long after traditional retirement age, but no matter how you see it, that vision of golfing and traveling for decades seems to have gone by the wayside.

At what age do you expect to retire?

Take our poll and tell us in the comments.


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