So people born on the first of the month are treated as though they are born the month before. What’s more, if you’re born on Jan. 1 that means you were born on Dec. 31 the previous year in the eyes of the Social Security Administration, says Martha Shedden, the president and co-founder of the National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts.
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