Simplified Explanation on how Working in Retirement Affects Your Social Security

If you receive Social Security benefits before the full retirement age of 66 then what you can earn working each month has a cap. Going over the cap amount means that part or all of your Social Security payments could be temporarily withheld. A quote in the SS.gov document explaining in easy to understand language is interesting and worth reading…”It is important to note though, that these benefit reductions are not truly lost.” Mary Ann (Mimi) Doucette is President of Doucette Medical Supply, Ltd. aka Doucette Medical Supply, LLC

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