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SSDI conversion to straight SS
I am currently on SS Disability. There seems to be some confusion regarding when SSDI automaticaly converts to straight SS. I have seen it written that the conversion takes place A) at your retirement age or B) when you reach 65. I was born Nov, 1945 and was under the impression that my "retirment age" would be when I reached my 66th birthday. Which is correct in my case for the conversion date, when I become 65 or 66?
Updated : January 14, 2010 by Guest
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