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If a person chooses to retire at age 55, he is not eligible to receive any benefit payments from Social Security, according to the Social Security Administration. To receive benefits, a person must reach at least age 62,... More »

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CNNMoney and Charles Schwab offer free, online retirement calculators that can be adjusted according to an individual's expected retirement age. The Social Security Administration offers several online calculators, inclu... More »

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Those planning to retire before age 62 can get retirement money early by contributing to 401(k) or IRA retirement accounts while employed, reports U.S. News More »

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