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No, when you elect to take early retirement, your benefit is the same as when you elect to take it from then on. The only exception is, if you decide to suspend your benefits at age 66 and get credits from ages 66-70 (your benefits will stop during this time) and you will gain approximately 8% increase in your benefit per year.
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