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As of 2014, individuals can collect Social Security as early as age 62, according to the U.S. Social Security Administration. While collection at age 62 is permitted, the full retirement age ranges from 65 to 67, dependi... More »

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The maximum monthly social security benefit possible at age 62 beginning in the year 2015 is $2014.13 as dictated by the Social Security Administration. This is a mandated maximum figure set by the SSA and cannot be grea... More »

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In order to apply for Social Security Retirement Benefits at age 62, go to the Social Security website, or call (800) 772-1213. Alternatively, call your local Social Security office for an appointment and apply in person... More »

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