The limits that Social Security retirees can earn and still receive benefits varies by year and is subject to change each year. For example, in 2015, earnings in excess of $15,720 result in benefits being withheld by the... More »

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The earnings limit for Social Security recipients collecting early retirement benefits in 2015 is $15,720, according to the Social Security Administration. For those younger than the full retirement age for the entire ye... More »

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Social Security is taxable when the recipient's combined income exceeds certain thresholds, according to the Social Security Administration. The amount of Social Security that is taxed varies with income, up to a maximum... More »

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Social Security benefits increase each year to offset the costs of inflation. Cost of Living Allowances (COLA) is the program in place to automatically increase benefits. More »

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Individuals receiving Social Security benefits are allowed to supplement their benefit income with other types of income, including income earned from work, Social Security Supplemental Income, private insurance payments... 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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How much a person earns from Social Security depends on the year, current age and full retirement age (based on year of birth). As of 2014, you are able to earn up to $15,480 before deductions if you are collecting early... More »