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Working After Filing for Benefits–Some Important Things to Know

Based on the many workforce reports continually surfacing, it’s no surprise that the number of Americans rejoining–or staying in–the labor force after drawing their earned Social Security benefits is increasing. In fact, as noted in a post by David Rodeck, the number of folks working after age 65 has doubled since 1987. No matter the reason for this–financial needs, starting a new life chapter, staying mentally engaged, or shifting to a different career–there are some important reasons things anyone considering this approach should know. Rodeck outlines them in his post, which you can access here.

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