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Social Security: Why Working After 62 Won’t Ruin Your Retirement Benefits

One of the biggest questions facing current and prospective retirees is whether to continue working after applying for Social Security benefits. By doing so, you are potentially putting your benefits at risk of being withheld. But is this really as punitive as it seems? Does the Social Security Administration actually penalize people for working in retirement? The answer to these questions is both yes and no. Yes, because current Social Security beneficiaries who earn more than $15,720 a year could have some of their benefits withheld prior to reaching full retirement at age 66. And no, because any withheld benefits will eventually be recouped….Read More


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