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Subject:  Re: social security planning Date:  1/31/2000  11:16 AM
Author:  royrun99 Number:  18510 of 88027

you dont really lose your social security benefit. Your amount is recalculated based on eventual actual retirement and your payment is higher than it would have been had you not worked. All you have to do is call them and tell them to stop payments for time you go back to work
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