Social Security Earnings Test: Unliked & Misunderstood. - AMAC & The Motley Fool

If there’s one rule that trips people up the most when it comes to Social Security benefits, it’s likely the Earnings Test Limit. Maurie Backman notes many people like to work part or even full time while collecting benefits. But doing so before full retirement age (now 67) triggers provisions if income exceeds limits. After age 67, one may earn unlimited income without forgoing any benefit. Backman breaks down the rules and income thresholds in her piece here.

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