How Much Can I Earn after I Start Drawing Social Security Retirement Benefits?


How much you can earn after you start getting Social Security depends on when you begin getting it. If you begin collecting it at age 62, you can earn up to $14,160 before they will begin to reduce your check. If you wait until after you reach full retirement age to collect, you can earn as much as you want.
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