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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 2015, the maximum Social Security benefit that a worker can receive if he waited until the full retirement age to request payment is $2,663 per month, reports Kiplinger. Full retirement age is 66 for people born be... More »

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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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Social Security determines the amount of a person's disability payments based on his lifetime earnings that were covered by Social Security. Other payments the applicant receives, such as workers' compensation, may come ... 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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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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