Post office workers with at least five years of service are eligible to receive an annuity retirement benefit and a Social Security benefit, according to PostalMag.com. Annuity benefits for workers employed before Januar... More »

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Surviving spouses are entitled to federal retirement benefits if they meet the eligibility requirements under the Civil Service Retirement System or the Federal Employees Retirement System, reports the U.S. Office of Per... More »

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Retired federal employees receive benefits from Social Security, a basic pension plan and a thrift savings plan, according to the Office of Personnel Management. Social Security and pension contributions are automaticall... More »

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The main benefit of retiring at 62 is the ability to receive Social Security retirement income for a longer period of time. This is advantageous if the retired individual has a short life expectancy, cannot find work, is... More »

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Social Security benefits are based on a person's highest 35 wage-earning years, so retirement at age 60 can impact benefits if that person leaves a well-paying job, notes AARP. People who make less than they did in their... More »

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Under the Florida Retirement System Pension Plan, an employee who enrolled before July 1, 2011, may begin to receive full retirement benefits after age 62 with at least six years of service or at any age with at least 30... More »

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The maximum Social Security retirement benefit amount varies with the age a person retires, states the official Social Security website. As of 2015, if a person retires at 65, his maximum monthly benefit is $2,663. If re... More »

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