How Much Can I Earn at Full Retirement Age & Still Receive Social Security?

Answer Full retirement age, as defined by the Social Security Administration, is the key to earning freedom. Your full retirement age depends on your birth year; as of 2010, it is age 66 to 67 for those b... Read More »

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At the Full Retirement Age of 65, Can I Earn Money & Collect Social Security?

The Social Security Administration estimates that 96 percent of American workers pay into Social Security, anticipating retirement at full retirement age or later. You may choose to work and collec... Read More »

What Is the Minimum Social Security You Receive Upon Retirement?

When you are planning for your retirement, it helps to estimate the amount you will receive in Social Security benefits. There is no minimum benefit, although the Social Security Administration do... Read More »

How to Receive My Divorced Husband's Social Security Retirement?

You may be eligible to receive your divorced husband's Social Security benefits if they are more than you qualify for based on your own work history and you were married for at least 10 years. You ... Read More »

How to Receive Social Security Retirement While on Private Disability?

Your private disability insurance doesn't affect your ability to receive Social Security Retirement payments. If you're at least 62 years old, you are eligible to start receiving retirement today i... Read More »