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Can you get your Social Security money if you are 23?

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2006-01-03 02:47:29
2006-01-03 02:47:29

No. The retirement age for qualifying for SS benefits is different depending upon the year in which the person was born, the minimum age for collecting a reduced benefit is 62. Persons who have become disabled either by injury or illness may be eligible for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Insurance depending upon the individual's circumstances. Information about all SSA programs and procedures can be found on the website, Social Security Online, http://www.ssa.gov

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