Although the Social Security Administration withholds some income if a person works while receiving benefits before they reach full retirement age, that can ultimately result in higher benefit checks.
For those born Jan. 2, 1943, through Jan. 1, 1955, the full retirement age for retirement insurance benefits is 66. Those who work and are at full retirement age or older may keep all their benefits, no matter how much they earn.
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