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Social Security, working and 70+

by Wanda
(Florida)

Took early retirement and have worked limited number of hours per year to help with expenses. Now 72, am I still restricted to the amount of money I can make without having to pay back? If so what is the dollar amount?

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Response to: Soc Security working & 70+
by: Ken / San Diego CA

Time to take a break from working - the money might be good to have, but then when you finally retire and find out ..that you have no energy for anything - the money isn't worth it~

Best Wishes.

SS, working and 70+
by: Sherry/ NC

Thank you, this is good information to know!

working and age 70+
by: Wendy, www.retirement-online.com

Work all you want -- you are full retirement age and will receive Social Security payments and income without limits. If your employer will allow you more hours, it's your decision.

If you'd like to know more, here is a SS pamphlet on How Work Affects Your Benefits:
https://www.ssa.gov/pubs/EN-05-10069.pdf

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Call toll-free at 1-800-772-1213

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