Alert
Close

Introducing AARP RealPad: The Wi-Fi Tablet That Makes It Easy to Share, Learn, Connect and Play. Learn more

AARP's Social Security Q&A Tool

If I retire at 62 or 64 and begin benefits, will I get an increase when I get to 66?

En español | No, you will not.  When you claim Social Security benefits early, monthly payments are permanently reduced for the remaining years that you receive them.  However, if you continue working and your benefit is reduced by the Retirement Earnings Test, then your payment could be increased at your full retirement age.

submit a question to
AARP EXPERTS

Didn’t see the answer to your question? Help us improve the tool by submitting your Social Security question. Go

Search Social Security Q&A Tool

Enter a keyword to get all the answers to your Social Security questions.

Discounts & Benefits

From companies that meet the high standards of service and quality set by AARP.

Woman sitting on sofa using laptop
membership adt

Small business owners save 20% on new installation of any new ADT security system.

Mujer en la parte de afuera de so negocio

Free quotes for members from the AARP® Small Business Insurance Program.

Member Benefits

Renew today! Members receive exclusive member benefits & affect social change.