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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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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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Workers whose income exceeds annual maximum taxable earnings no longer have to pay Social Security taxes on earnings above the maximum amount. However, those who continue to work after claiming Social Security for early ... More »

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As of 2014, individuals can collect Social Security as early as age 62, according to the U.S. Social Security Administration. While collection at age 62 is permitted, the full retirement age ranges from 65 to 67, dependi... More »

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To apply for Social Security benefits, determine your eligibility, gather supporting documents, and apply online using the tools provided on the official website of the Social Security Administration. You can also check ... More »

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The Social Security Administration website has comprehensive information on all available Social Security benefits and how to apply for them. Other sites such as Bankrate and AARP have calculators individuals can use to ... More »

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Social Security survivor benefits for a spouse who meets the eligibility requirements include a monthly benefit amount based on the earnings of the decedent and the spouse's age and situation, reports the Social Security... More »

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