I should be able to find this on www.ssa.org but cannot, or at least it is not there in the format I am looking for.I am trying to determine the exact age I will be able to draw SS benefits. I know that to draw full benefits I have to be 65 yrs, 10 months (born in 1942). I get conflicting opinions as to when I can draw reduced benefits, some say the same 10 months has to be added to your 62nd birthday, others say they start on your 62nd birthday (but that it may take 3-4 months to get your first check).Anyone been there, doing that?Thanks,arahFool
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