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You don't have to necessarily quit your benefit. It will be reduced $1 for every $2 you earn above $15,120
So even though he is working, he may still be getting a benefit
But, keep in mind that social security will send his full benefit, then when wages are reported to them they will ask for any overpayment back, so I would be sure to calculate how much of the benefit he is entitled to, then hold the other in savings so that you aren't stuck with a bill you can't pay.
If you don't want the hassle of keeping up with this, all you will need to do is call and have his benefits suspended.
His benefit would then start to grow...it won't be frozen in time.
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