The Social Security earnings test - Government Executive

You can start your Social Security retirement benefits at 62 but at a reduced rate. According to statistics released by the Social Security Administration, almost 30 percent of Americans eligible for Social Security begin to receive their benefits at 62. However, if you continue to work, you are subject to an annual earnings test. Tammy Flanagan explains what you need to know about the Social Security earnings test. Read Ms. Flanagan’s article here…

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