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  • Steve 

    Steve 
    NewRetirement

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  • It won’t affect your Social Security at all if you start Social Security after your full-retirement-age, about 66. At 65 you would lose $1 of Social Security for every $2 of earned income.

    Note - this answer was provided by Bud Hebeler, but posted by NewRetirement.

    You can try this Social Security Calculator to research the impact of taking Social Security at different ages.

    https://www.newretirement.com/Services/Social_Security_Start_Age_Calculator.aspx

  • Login to rate this answer:   Answered on 5/12/2013
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