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  • Social Security Points and $ value to date

    Asked by a 74 year old man from Kansas City, MO on 7/9/2019

    I,ve worked since 1964 and I entered the military from 1967-1987 how are my social security points for (55 years) and what will be my social security pension at age 73?

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  • Thanks for asking your question. You should call Social Security or make an appointment at your local office. It is possible that you are eligible for credits starting in 1964, though these will not be applied automatically. They will also be able to share your specific benefit at various ages.

    You should make sure to apply for your benefit by age 70 as that is when your benefit will no longer increase in value through deferral

  • Login to rate this answer:   Answered on 7/16/2019
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