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Is there a definition somewhere that tells what the difference "normal" and "legal" retirement ages?


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Ha. Seriously.

I would say "traditional" retirement is an age range between 60-65.

You can get CPP at age 60 but with reductions.

Anything significantly less than age 60, is early retirement.
Anything after age 65 is simply retired later.

That's kinda my frame of reference.
 
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