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Getting an Estimate of My Retirement Benefit
(Posted November 25, 2003)
Question 338: I worked for the railroad from 1972 until 1987. I am 52. How do I find out about my retirement and how much will I collect when I retire?
Answer: You should contact the nearest District Office of the Railroad Retirement Board and ask them for an estimate of what you will receive as a retirement benefit.
To find the RRB office for your area, you can click on the link to the RRB web site at the bottom of this page.
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