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It's Never Too Early to Plan for Your Retirement

A secure, comfortable retirement is every person’s dream. Since we're living longer, healthier lives, we can expect to spend more time in retirement than our parents and grandparents did. Achieving the dream of a secure, comfortable retirement is much easier when you plan your finances accordingly.

Social Security Retirement Planner can help you now

A good place to start thinking about planning for your retirement is with the Social Security Planner. Here you can find tools and guides to help you think through this phase of your life. It also points out things you may want to consider as you prepare for the future.

If you are looking for information, you can:

Already near retirement age, you can:

Close to age 65, you can find out how to apply for just Medicare. You may need to sign up for Medicare close to your 65th birthday, even if you will not be retired by that time.

  • Some health insurance plans change automatically at age 65.

  • If you are getting Social Security benefits when you turn 65, your Medicare Part A (Hospital) benefits will start automatically.

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