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Earnings Restrictions End at a Lower Age
(Posted May 6, 2006)
Question 577: Have the earning restrictions been repealed for ages 65 to 69?
Answer: No. The age at which earnings restrictions under Social Security and Railroad Retirement was lowered a few years ago, from 69 to a worker's "full retirement age," which is between ages 65 and 67 depending of the year of the worker's birth.
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