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If i am 65 and full social security age is 66 when can i make

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if i am 65 and full social security age is 66 when can i make as much as i want?
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  lev-tax replied 6 months ago.
You may start your social security benefits NOW - but if you are still working - your benefits might be reduced.You may start benefits at your full retirement age - that is 66 - and may continue to work and none of your earning would affect your benefits.You may delay social security benefits till age 70 - and they will be increasing 8% for each year you delay.
Expert:  lev-tax replied 6 months ago.
So- when you start later - your benefits will be larger but will be paid over shorter period- when you start earlier - benefits will be less - but will be paid over longer period.That basically is your choice.

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