Social Security Questions? Ask a Social Security Expert
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You are getting confusing information. If you go back to work you may loose your social security disability benefits and will not qualify for regular benefits until at least 62. If you qualified for social security disability, you must have had enough credits to qualify for social security benefits so your social security benefits will be about the same as your disability benefits. At 66, your full retirement age (not 62) your disability benefit will be automatically switched to regular social security benefits. Only than you can have unlimited earnings without benefits reduction.
I you work and collect social security benefits, your benefits will be reduced by $1 for every $2 you earn over certain threshold, which is about 15K. Once you reach your full retirement age, you can work and keep your full benefits.
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