Q & A
How early can I begin receiving Social Security retirement benefits?
Answer: You can get a reduced benefit as early as age 62. The 1983 Social Security Amendments raised the full retirement age for people born in 1938 and later, but it did not change the minimum retirement age.
Source: The Jackson County Times-Journal – June 18, 2014
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