I started Social Security retirement at age 62, received benefits for more than a year, then returned to work. I am ready to stop working again and restart my retirement. Will my Social Security amount be higher now because I am older? I am age 65 with a full retirement age of 66.
Last year I started Social Security retirement. As it turned out, I did not continue to work part-time as originally planned. Do I need to report that my earnings were less than expected for last year?
Starting reduced Social Security retirement benefits when younger than full retirement age results in permanently reduced benefits. Your retirement amount will not increase just because you have aged, although you do receive cost-of-living increases.
A severely ill friend recently stopped working but still gets salary from earned vacation time. Should he file for Social Security disability now or wait until his paychecks end? He also will receive disability insurance soon. Does that matter?
Most people starting Social Security since 1997 receive their routine benefits on one of four days throughout the month: on the third of the month and on the second, third and fourth Wednesdays of the month.
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