What happens if you work after claiming Social Security

04/16/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

If you choose to continue working after claiming Social Security benefits, the earned income will not affect your benefits as long as you've reached full retirement age. If you have not yet hit full retirement age and you earn more than $15,120 from your job, you'll face Social Security benefit reductions. However, the withheld benefits will be factored into a monthly benefit recalculation once you reach your full retirement age.

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