Collecting Social Security & Still Working? Five Things to Know
The Editors of Kiplinger’s Retirement Report are out with a comprehensive explanation on the five things you need to know about the two Social Security earnings tests. Of course, for those who have reached their full retirement age (now 66-67 depending on birth year), no earnings tests apply. The authors take the reader through numerous examples. A key point is this– when retiring in the year you reach full retirement age, the earnings test only applies in the months prior to the month of your birthday. The authors also touch on recouping benefits you lost. Full piece here.
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