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I have been receiving social securit disability benefits for

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I have been receiving social securit disability benefits for several years. I will be at my full retirement age in three years. What will happen to my social security benefit when I reach full retirement age?

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When you reach FRA (Full Retirement Age), your disability benefit will stop and will be replaced with your Retirement Benefit.

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The amount will be the same (adjusted for Cost of Living) as your disability benefit.

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Effectively, it just changes its name, not the amount.

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