As of 2015, workers can retire at age 62 if they take reduced monthly Social Security benefits, according to the Social Security Administration. They can offset receiving less in Social Security by paying off their mortg... More »

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Individuals can retire at age 62 and start collecting Social Security benefits, but the monthly payouts may be reduced by up to 30 percent, depending on year of birth, according to the Social Security Administration. Suc... More »

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As of 2015, those who retire at age 62 can expect to receive between 70 and 75 percent of their total retirement benefits, depending on what year they were born. The difference is due to the fact that full retirement age... More »

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Individuals can retire at age 62 and start collecting Social Security benefits, but the monthly payouts may be reduced by up to 30 percent, depending on year of birth, according to the Social Security Administration. Suc... More »

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A person who plans to collect Social Security in retirement can retire at any point between age 62 and his full retirement age, states the Social Security Administration. As of 2015, full retirement age under SSA rules r... More »

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The main advantage of getting Social Security benefits early at age 63 is that retirees receive payments for a longer period of time, reports the Social Security Administration. This may be a good option for those who lo... More »

A widow or widower can receive Social Security death benefits as soon as age 60 of full retirement age and as soon as age 50 if the survivor is disabled, according to the Social Security Administration. If the surviving ... More »

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