Collecting SS and still working? Your current earnings may, or may not, increase your benefit amount.
Here at the AMAC Foundation, we hear regularly from seniors who are collecting Social Security benefits and who are also still working, wondering if working now will cause their Social Security benefit to increase. As we’ve written about many times here at AMAC, current earnings may, or may not, increase your Social Security benefit. In this excellent article appearing in the Lexington, NC Dispatch, renowned Social Security columnist Tom Margenau provides a very good explanation of when and how working now might, or might not, affect your Social Security benefit amount. Click here to read more.
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