Stopping Social Security Benefits After Starting Them

Life sometimes deals out a bad card, such as losing your job before you’re ready to retire. When that happens, and if you’re eligible, you may be tempted to claim your Social Security benefits early, before you reach your full retirement age. But when you do that, your SS benefit will be reduced. So, what if you are able to find a new job – can you stop your Social Security benefits to improve the amount of your benefit? That question is answered in this “Savvy Senior” article by Jim Miller, posted in the Clearwater (ID) Tribune. Click here to read more.

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