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increasing since continuing to work - StillAnMT

Posted: Jan 9th, 2017 - 12:44 pm In Reply to: Social Security retirement at 62 - and working part time

Your last question was if your SS would increase. The answer is VERY LITTLE.

Think of it this way. Once you break into SS and start getting your benefits, you have stopped the magic of compounding interest. So even if you continue to work and pay into FICA, it is like starting a new investment account from 0. So very little compounding interest on that.

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