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 Can you apply for social security at age 60?

Answer As of 2010, you cannot apply for Social Security until you reach the age of 62, according to the Social Security Administration. In addition, if you apply early, you could lose as much as 30 percen... Read More »
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How to Apply for Social Security As a Widow?

Social Security provides more than retirement benefits for working Americans. It also provides survivors benefits for widows, widowers and children when the working spouse dies. The worker must hav... Read More »
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When can you apply for Social Security?

A person will receive full Social Security retirements benefits if they apply to receive benefits at the age of 65. You can also apply to receive reduced Social Security benefits when you are withi... Read More »
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Who Can Apply for a Social Security Card?

Social Security cards give people the right to apply for employment and receive benefits from the Social Security program. Anyone may apply for a Social Security card who is a U.S. citizen or has a... Read More »
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Should I Apply for Social Security at 65?

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