A premium subscription is required to access this article. Article Date: 08/24/2016 Should the Age to Receive Full Social Security Benefits Be Raised? The current age to receive full Social Security retirement benefits is 66 for those born between 1943-54. And that’s about right, according to Spectrem Group research.Six-in-ten Affluent investors surveyed do not think that the age for receiving full Social Security benefits should be raised. There are some telling exceptions. Affluent women ... Log in to view full article. If you already have a subscription, please log in with your email address and password. User Name (Email Address): Password: Forgot your password? Click here to have your password emailed to you. To purchase a premium subscription, please use the links below. One-year premium subscription with unlimited access to all articles including reprint rights (see terms and conditions) for $2,000.00. Monthly subscription (3 month minimum) with unlimited access to all articles including reprint rights (see terms and conditions) for $195/mo. CLICK TO VIEW Terms and Conditions I ACCEPT You must accept the 'Terms and Conditions' before purchasing this product.