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SOCIAL SECURITY Q&A: Beneficiaries can change their minds

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Q: Can a person stop Social Security retirement benefits if they retire at age 62 but then change their mind and go back to work full time?

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A: Unexpected changes may occur after starting Social Security retirement. Stopping payment of retirement benefits can be done, with each option having positive and negative points to consider.

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