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Kay, I'm not sure the answer to this question, but I'm thinking you can call the Nebraska location and ask someone there, as they can likely help you with this question. Good luck!
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Railroad Nick name

Bobbie, the Swanton Pacific Railroad is called the “Lazy Espee." Is this the railroad you're asking about?

Waiting to recieve ss

There is a calculator on their website. www.ssa.gov I think (not positive) that you have to have worked a certain number of quarters within the 10 yrs. prior to filing a claim. If you are/were married however, you may be able to claim on your spouse's account.

Math

.6976744 = 1/1.4333333 = 1/(4/3+1/10) = 30/(40+3)=30/43 which comes out to .6976744 to 7 places. Or as OronD said, it is 6,976,744/10,000,000 but reduced to lowest terms it is 872,093/1,250,000.

If I take retirement at the age of 62 and want to ...

Once you resign from your job and join again you wont get much retirement benefits. And yes you have to join any private firm for work,