Recently a friend told me that income after 65 year of age limits, had been adjusted higher than the current limited amount. Is this true and if so what are the "new" limits. thank-you
Not quite yet. This legislation has passed through Congress by essentially unanimous votes, but awaits the President's signature. When it gets signed, there will be no clawback of SS benefits if you have earned income of any amount after you are 65. This is already true if you are 70.Taxation of your income will not change.
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