How Early Can I Sign up for Social Security When I Turn 62?

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As soon as you are 62 you can sign up for social security. Although you need at to sign up for social security at least 3 months before you would want your benefits to start. So if you want them to start right when you turn 62 you should sign up 3 months prior to this time.
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Usually you go to the local Social Security office about 3 months before your 62 year birthday. After verifying some data on his past work history and military record (if he has one
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