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If you work after taking SS at 62, is SS recalculated for the next year's payments based on adding salary received in year after 62 to the salary base used to calculate original payment at 62? For example, if your salary in one of the 35 years on which SS bases your payments is less than what you made in year after 62, does SS move the base years up to include the higher year and drop the lowest of the 35, giving you a higher base? If so, when is this recalculation done, and when should you expect to receive the adjusted payment?
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Greetings, Fluco, and welcome. You asked:

<<If you work after taking SS at 62, is SS recalculated for the next year's payments based on adding salary received in year after 62 to the salary base used to calculate original payment at 62? For example, if your salary in one of the 35 years on which SS bases your payments is less than what you made in year after 62, does SS move the base years up to include the higher year and drop the lowest of the 35, giving you a higher base? If so, when is this recalculation done, and when should you expect to receive the adjusted payment?>>

Yes, lower earnings years are replaced by higher earnings years when that happens. While you should ask the SSA directly for the correct information, it's my understanding they do so when they receive the information in their data base.

Regards..Pixy
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I worked to beyond age 70-1/2. At 70-l/2 I started to collect SS. How can I check to verify that I was given the proper credit for all the forfeiture months.
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Greetings, Romar209, and welcome. You asked:

<<I worked to beyond age 70-1/2. At 70-l/2 I started to collect SS. How can I check to verify that I was given the proper credit for all the forfeiture months.>>

The easiest and only way I know is to ask the Social Security Administration to verify the increased benefit you should have received by waiting to draw your benefit.

Regards..Pixy
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