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Social Security retirement at 62 - and working part time

Posted: Jan 9th, 2017 - 12:15 am

Would like to know if anyone has taken social security at 62 and continued to work part time as an employee until you reached your full retirement age, and did your social security increase any when you reached full retirment age since taxes were being deducted from your part-time job.  Hope this makes sense.  I am contemplating getting my social security when I turn 62 this year in December but I also plan to work part-time as an MT employee but only make the minimal amount alotted by Social Security (I think about 16,000 a year) in order to not get my Social Security income decreased.  I believe I would be better off drawing Social Security income as it would be higher than what I am making now, and then work part-time to supplement until I reach full retirement at 66-1/2, the completely retire, but was wondering if my SS would be increasing since I continued to work.Undecided



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