All participants will receive the same information content through information screens. Those in the treatment group will see screens using the alternative terms, and those in the control using the current terminology. An example follows:
What's the best time to start your Social Security retirement benefits? Here's some information to consider when planning when to claim your benefits.
You can start your Social Security retirement benefits as early as age 62 or as late as age 70. Your monthly benefit amount will be consdiderably different depending on when you start receiving it.
62 is your [Minimum-Benefit Age (C1a,C1b,D1)/ Early Eligibility Age(A1a,A1b,B1)] because [if you claim at that age, your monthly payments will be the lowest to which you are entitled (C1a,C1b,D1) / it is the earliest age at which you can claim benefits (A1a,A1b,B1)]. [Blank (C1a,C1b,D1), If you start claiming at the age of 62, your benefits will be the lowest to which you are entitled (A1a,A1b,B1)].
Your monthly benefits will be permanently reduced if you start them any time between age 62 and age [66/67], [Blank (B1,D1) /your Full Retirement Age (A1a,A1b) / your Standard Benefit Age(C1a,C1b). [This is the Reduced-Benefit Period(A1a, C1a)]. During this period, your monthly benefit increases about 6.5% per year you delay claiming.
Before you reach [your Full Retirement Age (A1a,A1b)/ Standard Benefit Age (C1a,C1b)/66/67(B1,D1)], some of your benefits may be withheld if you work and have earnings above a certain amount. However, after you reach [Full Retirement Age(A1a,A1b)/Standard Benefit Age (C1a/C1b)/66-67(B1,D1)], SSA will recalculate your benefit amount to compensate you for any months in which part of your benefits were withheld. If you continue working but wait to start benefits until [Full Retirement Age(A1a,A1b/Standard Benefit Age(C.1.a/C.1.b)/66/67(B1,D1)], your benefits will not be reduced no matter how much you earn.
If you decide to delay benefits until after [Full Retirement Age (A1a,A1b)/Standard Benefit Age(C1a,C1b)/66/67(B1,D1], your benefit will increase [as you earn Delayed Retirement Credits(A1a,A1b,B1) /BLANK(C1a,C1b,D1]. The increase during this [Increased Benefit Period (A1a,C1a)/ period (A1b,B1,C1b,D1)] is an average of 8% per year.
There is no additional benefit increase after you reach [age 70(A1a,A1b,B1/age 70, your Maximum-Benefit Age (C1a,C1b,D1)], even if you continue to delay taking benefits.