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I know you can't begin to collect social security retirement benefits before age 62, but is there a way to project what your benefits will be if you stop working prior to age 62? In other words, for folks who retire "early", that is in there 50's or even 40's, how can they determine how much they'll be entitled to receive when they turn 62?

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