At what age do I become a senior citizen?

If you live in the United States, the federal government considers an individual a senior citizen at the age of 65, which some, most maybe, consider retirement age. Most governments use age 65 or higher for senior citizen status for pensions or other benefits. The AARP accepts members starting at age 50. Many businesses set their own age for senior citizen discounts, usually age 55 or older.

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