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by  Lisa Scherzer 

As of May 1, eligible workers over 18 can access their Social Security statements online -- and view their earnings and benefit information -- by creating an account at My Social Security.
You'll need to provide some personal information (address, Social Security number, phone number) that matches information already on file with Social Security to verify your identity, and answer a few questions for security purposes.
-The tool shows three options for your monthly benefit amount based on your current earnings rate: at full retirement age; at age 70; and at early retirement age (62). The estimates are based on your average earnings to date and assume you will earn the same annual income from now until retirement. 

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