Explaining the annual earnings test

One of the most confusing Social Security rules involves the annual earnings test. The annual earnings test limits how much people who claim their Social Security benefits before their full retirement age can earn from a job without repaying some or all of their Social Security benefit. In Mary Beth Franklin’s column for Investment News, she explains how the earnings test works and how crucial timing is. Read her column here…

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