When Can I Retire?

Valerie M. of California asks, "When can I retire?"

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You probably know what it means to retire: no longer being active in your profession. But in order to retire and take advantage of the retirement benefits available to you under your retirement program, you must meet the minimum age requirement stated in your plan document. This age may be different than what is set by the social security administration. You should consult your plan document. Most plans consider a participant fully vested in his/her accounts at retirement age."

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