Yes, they can, receiving less than if retiring at a later age.<quoted text>Can a person "retire" on SS at 62 without being disabled? I actually thought the rethugs had upped the age to 67 for anyone younger than they...oh, well, reading the malcontents making bigger fools of themselves is not nearly as much fun as it used to be.
Supplementing SS income can be done if the income doesn't exceed the amount allowed to continue receiving SS.
I'm just retiring from my job as an MT. Plan on finding something else that doesn't require "estrogen batteries" since mine are running low.