At age 68 is there a limit to how much I earn if I started drawing my social security benefits at age 62?
Wendy's Reply: Depending on your "full retirement age" -- age 66 for people born in 1943-1954 -- you can work and collect full Social Security after full retirement age.
So, Yes, you can work all you want as you have no earnings limit at all.
At work, I have a good number of folks from 66 - 70 who are working full time and collecting Social Security.. heck, its a win-win for them! PLUS your SS payment increases each year as you had earnings!
Here is the Social Security website link where you can verify this if you like!
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