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Good News, Retirees: Earn More Next Year Without Affecting Social Security

·3 min read
Good News, Retirees: Earn More Next Year Without Affecting Social Security

Many seniors want to work a little bit after claiming Social Security in order to increase their household income -- and with good reason, since retirement benefits aren't enough to live on. Unfortunately, earning too much money could sometimes affect your continued eligibility for Social Security retirement benefits. For seniors interested in working while receiving retirement benefits, it's crucial to know the rules that apply because running afoul of them could accidentally result in a loss of Social Security checks.