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|At age 65|
|At age 66|
|At age 67|
|At age 68|
At age 66 for full retirement. The 80% benefits remain for age 62. If you are approaching retirement age, get information now as to what your approximate S.S. check will be. Information can be obtained at: http://www.ssa.gov/
|1945 - Harry S. Truman|
|1962 - JohnF. Kennedy|
|1965 - Lyndon B. Johnson|
|1983 - Ronald Reagan|
In 1963 L.B.J. signed Medicare into law, in the presence of former President Harry S. Truman who first advocated such legislation in 1945.
|In person at the office of Human Resources.|
|By telephone at any Human Resources office.|
|Online at their website|
|Any of the above|
Fortunate for new retirees, they can apply either in person, over the phone, or on the S.S. website. When I retired in 1995, I thought it was wonderful to be able to apply over the phone rather than drive 18 miles to the S.S. office. Some progress is good :o)
|only if previously claimed as a dependent.|
|is not entitled to father´s benefits.|
|is entitled to father´s benefits.|
|only if parent was named on birth certificate.|
The minor child is entitled to full benefits of the father, with legal proof, even though parents were never married. The ´legal proof´ is very important in this instance.
|all of the above|
If a Canadian citizen, the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) provides all these benefits to their labor force.
|age 62-65 for reduced benefits - age 66 for full benefits|
|age 60-65 for reduced benefits - age 65 for full benefits.|
|age 65 for full benefits - no reduced benefits available|
|age 66 for full benefits - no reduced benefits available|
Canadians are eligable to receive partial benefits at retirement age of 60 to 65, or full benefits at age 65.
|anyone 62 years of age on early retirement|
|a State employee eligable to retire at age 55|
|at 65 years of age or older and a citizen or perminent resident of U. S.|
|anyone reaching 65 years or older.|
For a retiree to be eligable for Medicare, they must be 65 years of age or older and be a citizen or a perminent resident of the United States. For more information on Medicare, go to their site: http://www.medicare.gov
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