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I need to know how much I can earn if I continue to work after applying for social security when I am 64 years old

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I will be turning 64 in April 2018. I would like to continue to work, however, I know that I currently earn too much. Is there a maximum when my full retirement age is 66.

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I also receive Retired Navy pay and disability.

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Assuming you are asking about regular social security benefits, not SSDI, in 2018 you can earn $17040 before your benefits will be reduced by $1 for every $2 you earn over 17040.

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