What happens to Social Security if I retire at 55?
Many people wonder what would happen to social security if they retire early, at 55. For example, if you retire at age 55 and don’t touch your social security money until retirement age, there isn’t really any change in the value of your social security payments. However, this scenario could change if you end up working after retirement and earning a higher income. In this case, you could be leaving some social security money on the table.
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