Understanding Social Security's income-limit rule

08/12/2013 | InvestmentNews (free registration)

Social Security benefits come with a special rule that applies to the first year someone receives them, Mary Beth Franklin writes. While normally people are limited to earning $1,260 a month in order to receive their full benefits, for the first year of retirement, that limit does not apply to money earned the year before applying.

View Full Article in:

InvestmentNews (free registration)

Published in Brief: