January 24, 2011
Those who work full time and qualify to receive Social Security benefits may receive a paycheck and benefits, according to detnews.com.
You are not disqualified from receiving Social Security benefits, no matter now much you earn.
For those born 1942 or earlier, the retirement age is 65, which is when you can receive Social Security benefits. If you choose to receive Social Security benefits before then, there is a reduction in your monthly benefit for the rest of your life.
Do you think it’s fair for people who work full time to still receive Social Security benefits?
If you need help getting Social Security benefits you deserve to get your put your life back on track, the Social Security lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin can help.
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