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Megan C, Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
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What is the amount of earned income one can make and not be

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What is the amount of earned income one can make and not be taxed on Social Security? Also,if my spouse retires now at age 63 and I don't retire until 67, will his benefits increase at age 65?
I realize you have a question about social security. My goal is to help you better understand your options.

Thanks for your question. If 1/2 your social security plus your earnings is 32000 or less, none of your social security benefits are taxable.

If your husband retires now on his record, then switches to a spousal benefit when you retire it is possible that his benefits will increase. If the spousal benefit is less than his benefit then he will not have a change at 65.

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