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Claiming Benefits Before Age 62

Most folks assume age 62 to be the absolute earliest age one can begin to draw benefits from Social Security. While that’s generally true, there are (as always) some exceptions to this rule. The Motley Fool’s Kailey Hagen, in a post on their website, outlines three situations in which a qualified individual could actually draw benefits earlier than age 62. Read her post here…


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