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    Can I add myself to my husband's social security? I'm 62 and don't want to wait until I'm 65 to get my own benefits.

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    If your husband is still alive, you cannot (unless you have children under 18). You could draw SS at 62 on yourself, though it would be a reduced amount as compared to if you waited until your full retirement age. Schedule an appointment at your local SS office for information.

    Contact the social security administration office near you.

    You can probably get on line at social security.gov also . There is an estimator at this site also to see if you are eligible for benefits.



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