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Thank you for the information and your question. Yes, all income that is subject to Social Security taxes is included in a person's SS record and used to calculate monthly SS pension benefits. This is true even if the individual is already being paid SS old age pension benefits. Once a year the SSA looks to see if there are any SS earnings that would increase the monthly amount distributed to the retiree. If there is, they will raise the monthly benefit.
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