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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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