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Social Security maximum earnings are $76,200 for 2000 and $80,400 for 2001. Your social security benefits are based on your highest earnings for 35 years. If you have paid in the maximum for 35 years and you continue working you have no impact on your maximum benefit. But then denizens of this board will probably not be in the paid work force for 35 years.

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