From: LI, NY
I have 5 years to get to 66-1/2 for full retirement benefits, but I thought the amount you can make per year under full benefits was limited.
No limit. Once you've hit the full retirement age for SSI you are free to make as much as you can. BTW I only know this because I recently retired, although I had enough to go at 62, I checked just in case. So even though I currently have a limit on income, if I choose to go back to work after I hit the age for full benefits I could make whatever I like. No plans to do so at the current time. Enjoying the rest, keeping busy, and have a sufficient income.
Edit:BTW I would still be at reduced SSI benefits, just free to make as much as I desired.
< Message edited by rustysi -- 10/26/2018 8:23:50 PM >
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