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Yes, but only under special circumstances. A widow or widower can collect survivors' benefits at age 60, as can an ex-spouse who was married to the deceased for at least ten years. It is also possible to receive Social Security disability (SSDI) compensation at this age, if you meet SSA qualifications.

The earliest a person can collect regular retirement benefits is age 62.
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What is the current age to collect Social Security retirement?

You can file as early as age 62, but your benefits will be reduced to about 75% of the amount you would receive if you file at full retirement age. Full retirement age is 65

Can you collect survivors benefits from Social Security if you are under 60 years old?

Yes, under certain circumstances. A widow or widower who is disabled may collect survivors' benefits as early as age 50; however, the widow(er) must be at least 60 years old t

Can you draw Social Security at age 60?

Only if you qualify for SSDI (disability) or survivors' benefits under Social Security guidelines. A widow, widower, or qualifying ex-spouse may receive Social Security surviv

Is your income limited if you collect Social Security at age 62?

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Can you collect Social Security at age 62 if you are still working?

Can you collect Social Security at age 62 if you are still working?

Yes, however if you begin drawing retirement benefits at age 62 you would only receive approximately 75% of the amount you would be entitled to by waiting until full retiremen

What is Social Security Administration full retirement age to collect?

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At what age can you collect social security?

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Can you draw your deceased husband's Social Security at age 60?

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At what age can you collect partial Social Security?

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Can you collect Social Security at the age of 52?

Can you collect Social Security at the age of 52?

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Can you remarry after age 60 and get your deceased husband's Social Security?

Can you remarry after age 60 and get your deceased husband's Social Security?

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