Railroad Retirement Age Reductions For Those Retiring with Less than 30 Years of Service

Railroad retirement benefits are subject to reduction if an employee with less than 30 years of service retires before attaining full retirement age. While employees with less than 30 years of service may still retire at age 62, the age at which full retirement benefits are payable has been gradually increasing since the year 2000, the same as for social security.

Click here to read the questions and answers explaining how these early retirement age reductions are applied to railroad retirement annuities.

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