If you took "early" Social Ssecurity be careful you don't earn more than the allotted $ amount. If you do, you'll e giving back a $1 for every $2 you earn. We took "early SS". My husband took a part-time, temporary job that grew into more work than anticipated and he earned over the limit. SS has stopped both our payments until we pay back what we owe them. We were surprised to learn that my SS would be stopped along with his until the money was paid back. Also were told that if we had any disabled, dependant children that were receiving SS, their SS funds would also have been stopped!
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