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In 2014, the total monthly earnings limit for an individual receiving Social Security benefits was $2,000, while a couple could earn up to $3,000. For individuals, up to $721 of that sum could have been from the benefit ... More »

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As of 2014, if a person is receiving Social Security benefits from retiring, there are two types of limits, which includes an early retirement limit of $15,720 before deductions begin and a $41,400 limit on standard reti... More »

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An individual can work and earn Social Security benefits, but if he has not yet reached the full age of retirement and makes over the yearly limit, his benefits are reduced, according to the Social Security Administratio... More »

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Spouses can receive Social Security benefits based on their working partner's earnings if they are at least 62 years old or care for the qualifying child of the working partner, as of 2015. Divorced spouses whose marriag... More »

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By signing up for an account on the Social Security website, users keep track of their benefits and earnings, estimate future benefits and make changes to their benefits. Setting up an account only takes a few minutes. More »

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