Getting that acceptance letter that finally says you will be receiving Social Security disability benefits is usually a huge relief for people who felt like they had to jump through hoops to get to the benefits they deserve. If you're like some of our readers, that may have been the case for you as well. And because you likely worked hard to get access to them, you're probably just as eager to found out how they will work over time.
That's where this week's blog post comes in. If you're like anyone who is collecting disability benefits and nearing the age of 62, you might be wondering what will happen to your disability payments if you decide to start taking your retirement benefits early. By addressing this concern, we hope to give our readers a better idea of their benefits and what will happen to them when they reach retirement age.