Retirement – Railroad Retirement
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This program gives you extra income if you retired from a federal railroad job, or are too sick to work anymore. You can also get help if your late spouse had a federal railroad job. You will need to meet certain requirements. The extra income you get will depend on how long you worked. 



How do I get more information about Railroad Retirement?

To get more information, contact the Railroad Retirement Board. Visit their website, or call 877-772-5772.

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