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Can i get social security at age 59?

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2016-04-17 01:05:18
2016-04-17 01:05:18

You can get Social Security before age 62 only if you are able to prove disability, which is SSI.

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can you collect social sercirity at the age of 56


No, the earliest you can collect Social Security retirement benefits is age 62. While you may be able to retire at age 55, you will need to have other resources to draw from until you are eligible for Social Security. Retiring at age 55 is difficult for most people. Not only are not you not eligible for Social Security for many more years, but in general, you can't access your retirement accounts until you reach age 59 1/2. Also, you don't qualify for Medicare until age 65. All of these combined make it very difficult for the average person to retire at 55. If you are retiring because of disability and qualify for Social Security disability benefits, you can collect those before age 62.


You can collect social security anywhere between the age of 62 and full retirement. This could possibly change depending on what age you are now.


If you receive pers retirement and apply for social security at age 66 will your social security benefits be penalized?


I am divorced and I am 63 was married 25 years to him. At what age can I claim social security from him. I also receive social security right now for me. Can I claim on his.


Depends on if you have put in 40 quarters. On social security you will also pay a deductible for Medicare out of your social security. The social security has a website I suggest you contact them.


at what age do I get full benefit of my social security. My birthday is 7/21/ 1947



As I understand you can make as much as you want after age 66 and still draw your full social security.


Not unless you become disabled and are unable to work. Social Security RETIREMENT starts at age 63 or older.



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