Social Security Admin (SSA) has a website that allows you to see exactly how much your benefits would be if you started drawing at age 62 vs age 66, and the monthly $ amount per month between 62 & Full Retirement Age. Please see below:
If you choose to work while receiving benefits, as long as you earn less than $15,720, your benefits will not be affected.
If you earn more than $15,720 (for 2016, $16,920 for 2017) then your benefits will be reduced at the rate of $1 for every $2 you are over the yearly limit) . Please see below:
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