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So long as each of you are collecting your own retirement benefit and not a survivor benefit or a spouse benefit, then getting married will have no effect on your entitlement to your ongoing social security benefit.
However, if one or both of you are collecting a spouse benefit and you remarry, you will lose that spouse benefit.
Likewise, if either or both of you are collecting a survivor benefit, if the person collecting the survivor benefit is under the age of 60, then they will lose that benefit by marrying. However, if you are collecting a survivor benefit and are already over the age of 60, then the survivor benefit will not be effected by your marriage.
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