The Social Security retirement age: Who’s really living longer?

From Washington Policy Watch: In 1983, the so-called "Reagan Reforms" made some big changes to Social Security including eliminating the survivors benefits for college students, boosting the payroll tax, and raising the retirement age from 65 to 67.  As a result, anyone born after 1960 must now wait until age 67 to receive their full …

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