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I started SS at 62 because I needed the money and my unemployment was running out. Ended up taking a part time job, made too much money and had to pay back some of the SS that I had received. When I reached SSNRA they recalculated and the money I had to pay back bumped my amount up some. And it was bumped up again when DH passed away. I retired from the part time insurance job but still work the part time seasonal tax job. Between SS, the two small pensions I had to start at age 65 and my RMDs 85% of my SS is taxed on the federal level. With all of that, my income is higher now than when I was working full time. Currently age 75 and expect to live into my 90s or more based on my family genetics, health and fitness levels.
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