Can I Retire Early?

Sidney B. of Utah asks, "Can I retire early?"

Pension Evaluators & QDROS Of Troyan, Inc Associates Group​ answers, "Some Retirement Plans may allow participants to retire prior to the specified age of retirement, in the event that the participant has completed the minimum years of service, at a younger age than would be considered normal or average.

We suggest that you refer to your plan documentation, or contact someone at the plan to determine if early retirement is offered, and if so, whether you are eligible. This information may also be found in your Summary Plan Description.

Some plans allow participants to retire earlier than the minimum age specified provided the participant has completed a minimum number of years of service and meets a younger age requirement. If you qualify for early retirement, you will be able to receive all of the retirement benefits available to normal retirees. You should consult your plan document to determine if your plan has an early retirement provision."

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