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How can I get an estimation of how much I will collect when I retire?

En español | The Social Security Statement provides information about your earnings history and estimates of your Social Security benefits.  You can get your statement online.  Paper statements are mailed on a limited basis to workers age 60 and over who are not receiving Social Security and do not yet have a “my Social Security” account.  You can also get estimates of your retirement benefit by using Social Security’s web-based Retirement Estimator.

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